Program Development and Management for International Organizations

PADM-GP.2211, 3 points.

Semester: Fall


This course examines the inner workings of successful international public service projects and gives students the opportunity to design one or more themselves. Students will then study the characteristics of effective programs, which bring together a series of projects for mutually supportive and concerted action. Particular attention is paid to programs selected from the five areas where international public sector entities are most active: peace building, relief, development, advocacy and norm-setting. Case studies will be used in each of these areas to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between policy and implementation.



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Downs, Charles R

Weekly Schedule:
Fri - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Session Dates:
09/06/2016 to 11/11/2016

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