Urban Policy Graduating Student Survey Spring 2013

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Advanced Seminar
Economics for Management and Public Policy
Laboratory in Issue Analysis
Policy Analysis
Political Economy of the City
Public Finance and Budgeting
Public Management
Quantitative Methods
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• Can provide advice on policy and management problems that draws on research based on a variety of sources, and involves the systematic comparison of alternative courses of action
• Adept at several research methods (e.g., literature reviews, case studies, interviewing, focus groups, on-line surveys, analysis of large data sets, budgetary analysis);
• Write clearly and succinctly;
• Presents quantitative information in well designed tables and graphs;
• Adept at assessing the political environment in which managers and policy makers operate;
• Demonstrate a strong understanding of one or more policy domains (e.g., economic development, housing policy, community development, immigration)
• Adept with selected computer applications (Excel, SPSS, Powerpoint)
• Make effective verbal presentations of policy recommendations and research findings, in a variety of settings (e.g., client briefings)
• Develop social sensitivity and awareness.
• Work effectively in teams
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