Work and Public Policy, Advanced Certificate
This graduate certificate examines topics such as the role of government as an employer, technological change, the historical development of the public sector, and current issues and trends in public sector labor and employment relations. The focus is on learning to understand how and why policy is formulated. It is a program that will be of value to people working at all levels of the public sector – from the local, state and federal levels – to people with a desire to learn more about how the public sector operates.
Students may begin this 12-credit certificate in the fall or spring terms. The required courses and suggested sequence are as follows:
|PPOL 6080||Citizen & State: Contemporary American Ideologies & Politic||3|
|LABR 6050||Government, Work, & Labor||3|
|LABR 6040||Labor Law||3|
|PPOL 6165||New York State Government & Politics||3|
|or LABR 6065||Contemporary Issues in Public Personnel Management|
Program Delivery and Tuition Rate
This certificate program is delivered through online courses and is billed at the non-MBA rate.