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POL 303E American and Global Community Development: Theory, Policy and Practice

Course Description: What role can and should government play to help address issues in healthcare, housing, education, and human services? The course will examine community development concepts, strategies, programs and projects. Students will review and evaluate U.S. public policy in community development and explore the different roles played by government, business, nonprofit organizations and local communities. The American approach to community development is compared to that of multinational and non-government organizations along with the successful strategies of other nations. The core functions of public service organizations will be explored; organizational structure and management practices; and income performance and financial management.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

POL 111 Min Grade D or POL 118 Min Grade D