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PLCY302

Examining Pluralism in Public Policy

Credit only granted for: PLCY302 or PUAF302. Formerly: PUAF302. Understanding pluralism and how groups and individuals coexist in society is an essential part of the public policy process. This course will examine the ways in which the diverse experiences of race, gender, ethnicity, class, orientation, identity, and religion impact the understanding of and equitable delivery of public policy. The examination of how identity development shapes our understanding of society and influences the decision-making process is central to students' shaping policy that is truly for the people. This course will equip students with the skills needed to analyze pluralism and draw conclusions about the application of various theories to public policy issues.

Spring 2022

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Fall 2021

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Fall 2020

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Past Semesters

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Average GPA: 3.55 between 439 students

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