COURSE INFORMATION
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourSemesterECTS
SBKY 307NEW APPROACHES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION3 + 05th Semester5

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Elective
Course Objective The goal of this course is to examine contemporary concepts, approaches, theories and applications in the public administration and public sector starting from its very traditional concepts and approaches..
Course Content The content of this lecture is as follows: Classical public administration approach, system theory in public administration, chaos and complexity sciences in public administration, new public administration movement, new public management, governance, inter-sectoral collaboration and partnerships, the New Right and minimal state theory, public choice theory, post-modernism and post-bureaucracy in public administration, strategic planning and performance management in public sector, discipline of public administration.
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Corequisite No corequisites.
Mode of Delivery Face to face

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1Recognizes the intermediate and the advanced level of the basic concepts of public administration
2Recognizes the local, national and global thought streams that shape, affect, define, analyze and examine the field of public administration.
3Learns the public administration discipline in national and international area and public sector solutions to current problems and alternative approaches.
4Having institutional knowledge equipment in the field of public administration
5Associates and interprets the issues, practices, institutional approaches and thought streams in the field of public administration and public sector.

COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
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ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
ActivitiesQuantityDuration (Hour)Total Work Load (Hour)
Course Duration14342
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)13339
Assignments11010
Mid-terms11313
Final examination12626
Total Work Load

ECTS Credit of the Course






130

5

COURSE DETAILS
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 Course TermNoInstructors
Details 2009-2010 Fall3NACİ KARKIN

Course Details
Course Code:  SBKY 307 Course Title:  NEW APPROACHES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
L+P Hour : 3 + 0   Course Code : 3   Language Of Instruction: Turkish Course Semester :  2009-2010 Fall
Course Coordinator :  PROFESSOR NACİ KARKIN E-Mail:  nkirgin@pau.edu.tr, Phone Number :  296 2781,
Course Location Course location is not specified.
Goals : The goal of this course is to examine contemporary concepts, approaches, theories and applications in the public administration and public sector starting from its very traditional concepts and approaches..
Content : The content of this lecture is as follows: Classical public administration approach, system theory in public administration, chaos and complexity sciences in public administration, new public administration movement, new public management, governance, inter-sectoral collaboration and partnerships, the New Right and minimal state theory, public choice theory, post-modernism and post-bureaucracy in public administration, strategic planning and performance management in public sector, discipline of public administration.
Attendance : %
Topics
WeeksTopics
1 New Public Management Comprehension
2 Governance Approach in Public Administration
3 Postbureaucratic Public Administration
4 Administrative Policy Transfer
5 Accountability in Public Administration
6 Public Policy in Modern State
7 Performance Administration in Public
8 Ethics and Public Administration
9 Total Quality Management in Public Administration
10 e-government: New Perspectives, Opportunities and Difficulties in Public Administration
11 Local Administrations and Local Autonomies
12 Postmodern Society, State and Public Administration
13 Crisis Administration
14 Human Resources Administration
Materials
Materials are not specified.
Resources
Course Assessment
L+P: Lecture and Practice
PQ: Program Learning Outcomes
LO: Course Learning Outcomes