Course DescriptionThis course offers both a thematic and a practical introduction to the Canadian public policy-making process, beginning with the context in which ideas, institutions and interests inform public policy. With the use of a variety of contemporary social, economic and environment policy cases, the course examines the process by which public policy is formulated, implemented and evaluated - including its success rate. Lastly, the changing nature of, and contemporary challenges to, policy making are explored. (Formerly PPA 623).
NotesThis course is delivered through asynchronous learning, meaning you will not have to be online at specific times. There are also two synchronous Saturday classes scheduled. Recordings of the Saturday classes will be available afterwards. More details will be included in your course outline available on the first day of class.
RequisitesPrerequisite: CPPA 102 or CPPA 120 or POL 102 or POG 210 or COPA 103
Antirequisites: POG 214