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MPA 603. Public and Nonprofit Human Resource Management

Credits: 3
Department: Political Science
Description: History and policies of public and nonprofit personnel management and the contemporary tools and techniques employed to select, develop, and sanction organizational human assets.
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will explain the political and administrative values that guide the core functions of public personnel management.
2. Students will apply the political and administrative values to defining and organizing work.
3. Students will apply the political and administrative values to pay and benefit systems.
4. Students will apply the political and administrative values to recruitment, selection and promotion.
5. Students will apply the political and administrative values to performance appraisal.
6. Students will apply the political and administrative values to sanction systems.
7. Students will apply the political and administrative values to employee associations and contractual negotiations.






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