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Public Policy
Public Policy Courses
Course # Course Title
PPOL 015:Introduction to Policy: Identifying and Solving Public Problems
PPOL 100:Methods of Policy Analysis
PPOL 110:Advanced Methods and Approaches of Policy Analysis
PPOL 111:Introduction to Public Radio Reporting
PPOL 112:Intermediate Public Radio Reporting
PPOL 114:Social Policy Analysis
PPOL 116:Qualitative Methods in Policy Research
PPOL 118:Women's Leadership in Politics: Theory and Practice
PPOL 125:Gender and Public Policy
PPOL 139:Ethical Reasoning in Politics and Public Policy
PPOL 141:Law and Public Policy
PPOL 150:Environmental Policy Analysis
PPOL 175:Student-Designed Project
PPOL 180:Special Topics
PPOL 180A:ST: Housing Policy
PPOL 180AS:California Politics and Policy: Equity & Opportunity
PPOL 180B:Criminal Justice Law & Policy: Policing, Rights, and Reform
PPOL 180BS:Higher Education Policy Today: Policy Challenges andProposals
PPOL 180C:Gender, Sexuality, and the Law
PPOL 180D:Minority Political Behavior
PPOL 180JA:PLEN: DC Seminar on Women in STEM Policy
PPOL 180JB:PLEN: DC Seminar on Women in Public Policy
PPOL 183:Advanced Seminar
PPOL 191:Senior Seminar
PPOL 200:Methods of Policy Analysis
PPOL 201:Introduction to Statistics
PPOL 202:Introduction to Economics
PPOL 203:Feminist Social Ethics
PPOL 205:Law and Society
PPOL 207:Philosophy of Law
PPOL 209:The Public Policy-Making Process
PPOL 210:Public Policy and Economic Analysis
PPOL 211:Introduction to Public Radio Reporting
PPOL 212:Intermediate Public Radio Reporting
PPOL 214:Social Policy Analysis
PPOL 215:Public Sector Economics: The Economics of Government
PPOL 216:Qualitative Methods in Policy Research
PPOL 217:Ethical Reasoning in Politics and Public Policy
PPOL 218:Women's Leadership in Politics: Theory and Practice
PPOL 220:Organizational Efficacy
PPOL 221:Political Efficacy
PPOL 225:Simulation in the Social and Policy Sciences
PPOL 227:Local and Community Policy Making, Planning, and Management
PPOL 230:Integrative Core I: Application/Integration of Policy Analysis Frameworks
PPOL 231:Integrative Core II: Application/Integration of Policy Analysis Frameworks
PPOL 235:Environmental Policy Analysis
PPOL 241:Law and Public Policy
PPOL 280:Special Topics
PPOL 280A:ST: Housing Policy
PPOL 280AS:California Politics and Policy: Equity & Opportunity
PPOL 280B:Criminal Justice Law & Policy: Policing, Rights, and Reform
PPOL 280BS:Higher Education Policy Today: Policy Challenges andProposals
PPOL 280D:Minority Political Behavior
PPOL 292:Business, Policy, and Society
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Last Updated: 6/22/17