Course Schedules

Planned Teaching Method Legend

Schedule Abbreviation Method StudentAdmin Code Description
F2F Face to Face P Course will be taught face-to-face (in person).
DL Flex Distance Learning Flex DL Course will be taught using a combination of synchronous online (using WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, or Microsoft Teams) and asynchronous approaches. Scheduled weekly meeting times will be required although not all will be used for synchronous activities.
DL Synch Distance Learning Synchronous DL Course will be taught synchronously online (using WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, or Microsoft Teams) with scheduled weekly meeting times required to be listed in Student Admin.
HB Flex Hybrid/Blended Flex HB Course will rely upon mostly asynchronous activities together with a more flexible irregular need to meet on occasion synchronously with students in person. Scheduled weekly meeting times are required (although actual use will be varied and more limited).
WW Online WW Course will be taught fully online (asynchronous) with no scheduled weekly meeting times.

Fall 2020

MPA and MPP Core, Capstone, and Internship Courses

PP 5375-001: Economic Analysis for Public Policy & Management (Blanchard)
Monday 3:30-6:00pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: P

PP 5361-H02: Theory & Management of Public Organizations (Donahue)
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P

PP 5345-H90: Project Management in the Public Sector (Hatmaker)
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: EXL

PP 5340-H71: Introduction to Public Policy and Management (Hatmaker & Donahue)
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5340-H72: Introduction to Public Policy and Management (Raissian)
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5331-001: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy (Zhang)
Wednesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5347-H71 Applied Policy Issues / PP 5350-H90: Urban & Regional Policy (Wilson)
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: PP, SP (5347); SLGM, UP (5350)

PP 5370-H01: Applied Research Design (Simonsen)
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5364-001: Public Finance & Budgeting (Robbins)
Thursday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5375 H71: Economic Analysis for Public Policy & Management (Brunner)
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5325-H71: Labor-Management Relations, Negotiation & Contract Management (Nambiar)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW
Focus Area: LPM

PP 5372-H71: Capstone Portfolio (Guarino)
3 Tuesdays (2:00-3:30pm): 09/01/2020, 10/06/2020, 11/10/2020
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5390-H01: Supervised Internship (Garvey)
Arranged
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

MPA and MPP Electives

PP 5363-H90 / PP 3098-H01: Administrative Functions of Local Government (Hart)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM, UP

PP 5304-H90 / PP 3098-H91: Public Policy, Diversity, and Inclusion (Craemer)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PPDI

PP 5350-H90: Urban & Regional Policy / PP 5347-H71 Applied Policy Issues (Wilson)
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: SLGM, UP

PP 5326-H01: Public Investment Analysis (Robbins)
Wednesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5318-H01: Financial Management for Public Organizations (Raissian)
Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: LPM, PFM

PP 5341-001 / PP 3030-001: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes (Dineen)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW
Focus Area: SR

PP 5344-001 / PP 4034-001: Social Policy (Barrett)
Thursday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: SP

MPA Fellows Courses (only for students in MPA Fellows program)

PP 5340-H73: Introduction to Public Policy and Management (Alkadry)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 09/12/2020, 09/19/2020, 09/26/2020, 10/03/2020, 10/17/2020
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P

PP 5376-H03: Applied Quantitative Methods (Simonsen)
5 Dates: 09/12/2020, 09/19/2020, 10/03/2020, 10/06/2020*, 10/17/2020
*All dates meet 8:30am-5:00pm except Tues. 10/06/2020 from 5:30-7:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5364-H01: Public Finance and Budgeting (Potamianos)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 10/24/2020, 10/31/2020, 11/07/2020, 11/14/2020, 11/21/2020
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5365-H01: Human Resource Management (Davis)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 10/24/2020, 10/31/2020, 11/07/2020, 11/14/2020, 11/21/2020
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P

Nonprofit Online Courses (Requires Permission Number)

PP 5323-H01: Leading and Governing Nonprofit Organizations (Garvey)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5328-H01: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations (Bryant)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5336-H01: Fund Development and Nonprofit Sustainability (Zhang)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

Survey Research Online Courses

PP 5341-001 / PP 3030-001: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes (Dineen)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5376-H02: Applied Quantitative Methods (Dineen)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5379-H01: Principles & Methods of Survey Research I (Dineen)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5385-H90: Attitude Formation (Craemer)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5387-H90: Surveys for Market Research (Paraschak)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5389-H01: Capstone on the Future of Survey Research (Dautrich)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5390-H02: Supervised Internship (Dineen)
Arranged
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

Undergraduate Courses

PP 3098-H01: Administrative Functions of Local Government (Hart)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 3098-H91: Public Policy, Diversity, and Inclusion (Craemer)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 1001-001: Introduction to Public Policy (Dautrich)
Tu/Th 9:30-10:45am
Storrs
Instruction Mode: HB

PP 4034-001: Social Policy (Barrett)
Thursday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5341-001 / PP 3030-001: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes (Dineen)
Online
Instruction Mode: WW

Instruction Mode Legend

  • Online (WW): These classes never meet in person, nor are you expected to be available at any particular time for classroom instruction. Students will have access to class materials online using HuskyCT.
  • Distance Learning (DL): These classes never meet in person, but you are expected to be available at the times for which the class is scheduled. Students will participate online using WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, or Microsoft Teams.
  • Hybrid/Blended (HB):  These classes have both in-person and online components. Classes will not meet in-person for all scheduled meetings, but some in-person instruction will occur.
  • In-Person (P):  These classes will meet in person during all scheduled class times.

Focus Area Legend

  • EXL: Executive Leadership (MPA Executive Track only)
  • LPM*: Leadership and Public Management (MPP only)
  • NPM*:  Nonprofit Management
  • PFM*:  Public Financial Management
  • PP: Public Policy (MPA only)
  • SP: Social Policy
  • SLGM: State and Local Government Management
  • SR*: Survey Research
  • PPDI: Public Policy, Diversity and Inclusion
  • UP: Urban Planning

*Graduate Certificate available

Notes

  • For all Fast-Track and Nonprofit Management Certificate students, please submit the Permission Number Request Form.
  • If you are a graduate student not planning to register for any classes during the semester, to remain "ACTIVE" please register for the 0-credit "Continuous Registration = GRAD 5998" class. Certificate students should register for GRAD 5997. The cost is approximately $100. This does not apply to Fast-Track students.
  • Please note, due to substantial overlap, students may not receive credit for PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations and PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations.

Spring 2021

(subject to change)

MPA and MPP Core, Capstone, and Internship Courses

PP 5342: Policy Analysis (Kim)
Monday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: PP, SP

PP 5365: Human Resource Management (Hatmaker)
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5365: Human Resource Management (Hatmaker)
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5314: Causal Program Evaluation (Brunner)
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: PP

PP 5331: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy (Raissian)
MPA students only
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5331: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy (Zhang)
MPP students only
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management (Simonsen)
Tuesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5364: Public Finance & Budgeting (Robbins)
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5342: Policy Analysis (Kim)
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: PP, SP

PP 5370: Applied Research Design (Simonsen)
Thursday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5345: Project Management in the Public Sector (Schrier)
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: EXL

PP 5372: Capstone Portfolio (Guarino)
3 Tuesdays (2:00-3:30pm): 01/19/2021, 02/16/2021, 03/30/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5390: Supervised Internship (Garvey)
Arranged Date and Time
Hartford
Instruction Mode: AR

MPA and MPP Electives

PP 5368: Performance Management and Accountability (Schack)
Monday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: HB
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM

PP 5346 / PP 4346: Child and Family Policy (Raissian)
Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PPDI, SP

PP 5348: Urban Planning Principles and Methods (Sitkowski)
Wednesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: HB
Focus Area: UP

PP 5349: Public Procurement and Contracting (Brennan)
Wednesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM

PP 5397: Special Topics - Topics in Government Finance (Robbins)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5303 / PP 3033 / AFRA 3033: Race and Public Policy (Craemer)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW
Focus Area: PPDI, SP

MPA Fellows Courses (only for students in MPA Fellows program)

PP 5375: Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Management (Brunner)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 01/23/2021, 01/30/2021, 02/06/2021, 02/20/2021, 02/27/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

PP 5361: Theory & Management of Public Organizations (Donahue)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 03/13/2021, 03/20/2021, 03/27/2021, 04/03/2021, 04/10/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P

PP 5397: Special Topics - Crisis Management (Donahue)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 02/06/2021, 02/13/2021, 02/20/2021, 02/27/2021, 03/06/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P
Focus Area: EXL

PP 5325: Labor-Management Relations, Negotiation, & Contract Management (Buffkin)
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): 03/13/2021, 03/20/2021, 03/27/2021, 04/03/2021, 04/10/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: P

PP 5372: Capstone Portfolio (Guarino)
3 Fridays (3:00-4:30pm): 01/22/2021, 02/26/2021, 03/26/2021
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

Nonprofit Online Courses (Requires Permission Number)

PP 5319: Program Development & Evaluation (McIntyre-Lahner)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5324: Grant Writing & Fund Development (Goduti)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5329: Nonprofit Advocacy, Government Relations, and Law (Jakubowski)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

Survey Research Online Courses

PP 5377: Qualitative Methods in Public Policy (Dineen)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5379: Principles & Methods of Survey Research I (Staff)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5382: Project Management in Survey Research (St. Onge)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5383: Principles & Methods II (Craemer)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5386: Survey Research Analysis & Reporting (Dautrich)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5390: Supervised Internship (Dineen)
Arranged - Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: AR

Undergraduate Courses

PP 2100: Survey Research Methods (Dineen)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 1001: Introduction to Public Policy (Dautrich)
Tu/Th 9:30-10:45am
Storrs
Instruction Mode: HB

PP 3033: Race and Public Policy (Craemer)
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 4346: Child and Family Policy (Raissian)
Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Instruction Mode: DL

Instruction Mode Legend

  • Online (WW) : These classes never meet in person, nor are you expected to be available at any particular time for classroom instruction. These courses are taught asynchronously with no pre-assigned meeting times. Students will have access to class materials online using HuskyCT.
  • Distance Learning (DL): These classes never meet in person, but you are expected to be available at the times for which the class is scheduled. Instructors may also decide to replace some synchronous instruction with asynchronous instruction. Students will participate online using WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, or Microsoft Teams.
  • Hybrid/Blended (HB): These classes have both in-person and online components. Classes will not meet in person for all scheduled meetings. At least 25% of mandatory instruction for the class will occur in person.
  • In-Person (P): These classes will meet in person during all scheduled class times.
  • By Arrangement (AR): These are meant for clinical placements, field placements, independent study, internships, and research hours. They do not require a classroom or meeting time but are considered to be in person.

Focus Area Legend

  • EXL: Executive Leadership (MPA Executive Track only)
  • LPM*: Leadership and Public Management (MPP only)
  • NPM*:  Nonprofit Management
  • PFM*:  Public Financial Management
  • PP: Public Policy (MPA only)
  • SP: Social Policy
  • SLGM: State and Local Government Management
  • SR*: Survey Research
  • PPDI: Public Policy, Diversity and Inclusion
  • UP: Urban Planning

*Graduate Certificate available

Notes

  • For all Fast-Track and Nonprofit Management Certificate students, please submit the Permission Number Request Form.
  • If you are a graduate student not planning to register for any classes during the semester, to remain "ACTIVE" please register for the 0-credit "Continuous Registration = GRAD 5998" class. Certificate students should register for GRAD 5997. The cost is approximately $100. This does not apply to Fast-Track students.
  • Please note, due to substantial overlap, students may not receive credit for PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations and PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations.

Summer 2021

(subject to change)

MPA Fellows Courses (only for students in MPA Fellows program)

PP 5366: Executive Leadership (Alkadry)
Dates & Times TBD
Hartford
Instruction Mode: TBD

PP 5370: Applied Research Design (Simonsen)
Dates & Times TBD
Hartford
Instruction Mode: TBD

Nonprofit Online Courses (Requires Permission Number)

PP 5319: Program Development & Evaluation (McIntyre-Lahner)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5324: Grant Writing & Fund Development (Goduti)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 5329: Nonprofit Advocacy, Government Relations, and Law (Jakubowski)
Online
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

Survey Research Online Courses

PP 5332: Advanced Quantitative Methods (Paraschak)
Online (summer session dates to be determined)
Hartford
Instruction Mode: WW

Undergraduate Courses

PP 1001: Introduction to Public Policy (Simonsen)
Online - May Term (summer session dates to be determined)
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 3020W: Cases in Public Policy (Hatmaker)
Online (summer session dates to be determined)
Instruction Mode: WW

PP 3033 / AFRA 3033: Race and Policy (Craemer)
Online (summer session dates to be determined)
Instruction Mode: WW

Instruction Mode Legend

  • Online (WW) : These classes never meet in person, nor are you expected to be available at any particular time for classroom instruction. These courses are taught asynchronously with no pre-assigned meeting times. Students will have access to class materials online using HuskyCT.
  • Distance Learning (DL): These classes never meet in person, but you are expected to be available at the times for which the class is scheduled. Instructors may also decide to replace some synchronous instruction with asynchronous instruction. Students will participate online using WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, or Microsoft Teams.
  • Hybrid/Blended (HB): These classes have both in-person and online components. Classes will not meet in person for all scheduled meetings. At least 25% of mandatory instruction for the class will occur in person.
  • In-Person (P): These classes will meet in person during all scheduled class times.
  • By Arrangement (AR): These are meant for clinical placements, field placements, independent study, internships, and research hours. They do not require a classroom or meeting time but are considered to be in person.

Focus Area Legend

  • EXL: Executive Leadership (MPA Executive Track only)
  • LPM*: Leadership and Public Management (MPP only)
  • NPM*:  Nonprofit Management
  • PFM*:  Public Financial Management
  • PP: Public Policy (MPA only)
  • SP: Social Policy
  • SLGM: State and Local Government Management
  • SR*: Survey Research
  • PPDI: Public Policy, Diversity and Inclusion
  • UP: Urban Planning

*Graduate Certificate available

Notes

  • For all Fast-Track and Nonprofit Management Certificate students, please submit the Permission Number Request Form.
  • If you are a graduate student not planning to register for any classes during the semester, to remain "ACTIVE" please register for the 0-credit "Continuous Registration = GRAD 5998" class. Certificate students should register for GRAD 5997. The cost is approximately $100. This does not apply to Fast-Track students.
  • Please note, due to substantial overlap, students may not receive credit for PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations and PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations.

Fall 2021

(subject to change)

MPA and MPP Core, Capstone, and Internship Courses

PP 5375: Economic Analysis for Public Policy & Management
Monday 3:30-6:00pm
Storrs

PP 5361: Theory & Management of Public Organizations
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5347: Applied Policy Issues / PP 5350: Urban & Regional Policy
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PP, SP (5347); SLGM, UP (5350)

PP 5370: Applied Research Design
Tuesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management
Tuesday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs

PP 5375: Economic Analysis for Public Policy & Management
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5345: Project Management in the Public Sector
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: EXL

PP 5370: Applied Research Design
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5364: Public Finance & Budgeting
Thursday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5325: Labor-Management Relations, Negotiation & Contract Management
Thursday 4:00-6:30
Hartford
Focus Area: LPM

PP 5372: Capstone Portfolio
3 Tuesdays (2:00-3:30pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5390: Supervised Internship
Arranged
Hartford

MPA and MPP Electives

PP 5363 / PP 3098: Administrative Functions of Local Government
Monday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM, UP

PP 5350: Urban & Regional Policy / PP 5347: Applied Policy Issues
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: SLGM, UP

PP 5326: Public Investment Analysis
Wednesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: LPM, PFM

PP 5341/ PP 3030: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes
Online
Focus Area: SR

PP 5344/ PP 4034: Social Policy
Wednesday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs
Focus Area: SP

MPA Fellows Courses (only for students in MPA Fellows program)

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5331: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5364: Public Finance and Budgeting
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5365: Human Resource Management
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

Nonprofit Online Courses (Requires Permission Number)

PP 5323: Leading and Governing Nonprofit Organizations
Online

PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations
Online

PP 5336: Fund Development and Nonprofit Sustainability
Online

Survey Research Online Courses

PP 5341 / PP 3030: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes
Online

PP 5376: Applied Quantitative Methods
Online

PP 5379: Principles & Methods of Survey Research I
Online

PP 5387: Surveys for Market Research
Online

PP 5389: Capstone on the Future of Survey Research
Online

PP 5390: Supervised Internship
Arranged
Online

Undergraduate Courses

PP 3098: Administrative Functions of Local Government
Monday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford

PP 1001: Introduction to Public Policy
Tu/Th 9:30-10:45am
Storrs

PP 4346: Child and Family Policy
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 4034: Social Policy
Thursday 2:00-4:30pm
Storrs

PP 3030-001: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes
Online

Focus Area Legend

  • EXL: Executive Leadership (MPA Executive Track only)
  • LPM*: Leadership and Public Management (MPP only)
  • NPM*:  Nonprofit Management
  • PFM*:  Public Financial Management
  • PP: Public Policy (MPA only)
  • SP: Social Policy
  • SLGM: State and Local Government Management
  • SR*: Survey Research
  • PPDI: Public Policy, Diversity and Inclusion
  • UP: Urban Planning

*Graduate Certificate available

Notes

  • For all Fast-Track and Nonprofit Management Certificate students, please submit the Permission Number Request Form.
  • If you are a graduate student not planning to register for any classes during the semester, to remain "ACTIVE" please register for the 0-credit "Continuous Registration = GRAD 5998" class. Certificate students should register for GRAD 5997. The cost is approximately $100. This does not apply to Fast-Track students.
  • Please note, due to substantial overlap, students may not receive credit for PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations and PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations.

Spring 2022

(subject to change)

MPA and MPP Core, Capstone, and Internship Courses

PP 5342: Policy Analysis
Monday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Focus Area: PP, SP

PP 5331: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy
Monday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5331: Quantitative Methods for Public Policy
Tuesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs

PP 5314: Causal Program Evaluation
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PP

PP 5365: Human Resource Management
Tuesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford

PP 5365: Human Resource Management
Wednesday 2:30-5:00pm
Storrs

PP 5364: Public Finance & Budgeting
Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5340: Introduction to Public Policy and Management
Thursday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs

PP 5342: Policy Analysis
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PP, SP

PP 5345: Project Management in the Public Sector
Thursday 4:00-6:30pm
Hartford
Focus Area: EXL

PP 5372: Capstone Portfolio
3 Tuesdays (2:00-3:30pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5390: Supervised Internship
Arranged Date and Time
Hartford

MPA and MPP Electives

PP 5368: Performance Management and Accountability
Monday (time to be determined)
Hartford
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM

PP 5348: Urban Planning Principles and Methods
Monday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: UP

PP 5341/ PP 3030: Public Opinion and Democratic Processes
Tu/Th 9:30-10:45am
Storrs
Focus Area: SR

PP 5303 / PP 3033 / AFRA 3033: Race and Public Policy
Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PPDI, SP

PP 5373 / PP 3032: Budgeting in Public Service Organizations
Wednesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs
Focus Area: PFM

PP 5349: Public Procurement and Contracting
Wednesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: LPM, SLGM

PP 5317: Capital Finance and Budgeting
Thursday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford
Focus Area: PFM, SLGM

PP 5346 / PP 4346: Child and Family Policy
Thursday 2:30-5:00pm
Storrs
Focus Area: PPDI, SP

MPA Fellows Courses (only for students in MPA Fellows program)

PP 5325: Labor-Management Relations, Negotiation, & Contract Management
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5361: Theory & Management of Public Organizations
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5375: Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Management
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5397: Special Topics - Crisis Management
5 Saturdays (8:30am-5:00pm): TBD
Hartford

PP 5372: Capstone Portfolio
3 Fridays (3:00-4:30pm): TBD
Hartford

Nonprofit Online Courses (Requires Permission Number)

PP 5319: Program Development & Evaluation
Online

PP 5324: Grant Writing & Fund Development
Online

Survey Research Online Courses

PP 5332: Advanced Quantitative Methods
Online

PP 5377: Qualitative Methods in Public Policy
Online

PP 5383: Principles & Methods II
Online

PP 5386: Survey Research Analysis & Reporting
Online

PP 5390: Supervised Internship
Arranged - Online

Undergraduate Courses

PP 2100: Survey Research Methods
Online

PP 1001: Introduction to Public Policy
Tu/Th 9:30-10:45am
Storrs

PP 3033: Race and Public Policy
Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm
Hartford

PP 3032: Budgeting in Public Service Organizations
Wednesday 5:00-7:30pm
Storrs

PP 4346: Child and Family Policy
Thursday 2:30-5:00pm
Storrs

Focus Area Legend

  • EXL: Executive Leadership (MPA Executive Track only)
  • LPM*: Leadership and Public Management (MPP only)
  • NPM*:  Nonprofit Management
  • PFM*:  Public Financial Management
  • PP: Public Policy (MPA only)
  • SP: Social Policy
  • SLGM: State and Local Government Management
  • SR*: Survey Research
  • PPDI: Public Policy, Diversity and Inclusion
  • UP: Urban Planning

*Graduate Certificate available

Notes

  • For all Fast-Track and Nonprofit Management Certificate students, please submit the Permission Number Request Form.
  • If you are a graduate student not planning to register for any classes during the semester, to remain "ACTIVE" please register for the 0-credit "Continuous Registration = GRAD 5998" class. Certificate students should register for GRAD 5997. The cost is approximately $100. This does not apply to Fast-Track students.
  • Please note, due to substantial overlap, students may not receive credit for PP 5318: Financial Management for Public Organizations and PP 5328: Business Functions of Nonprofit Organizations.