2015-2016 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

PS 446 The Budgetary Process

Examination of how American governments allocate resources with a focus on the differences between public and private budgeting.  Surveys the history of both legislative and administrative reforms of public budgeting.  The resource allocation assumptions, structures, and processes of the federal government will be compared to and distinguished from those of non-governmental organizations, such as private corporations and even American households.




PS 260, permission of instructor, or admission to graduate program.

General Education

Will this Course be Offered for Graduate Credit