Planning Public Policy and Management

PPPM International NGOs

This course provides the theoretical and practical implications of the international nongovernment organization (INGO) sector. INGOs are major players in international economic development, human rights, environmental protection and climate change mitigation.  We will trace the development and role of INGOs, and evaluate their opportunities and obstacles from management, governance and ethical perspectives.

PPPM 388: Management of International Nongovernmental Organizations

This course provides the theoretical and practical implications of the international nongovernment organization (INGO) sector. INGOs are major players in international economic development, human rights, environmental protection and climate change mitigation.  We will trace the development and role of INGOs, and evaluate their opportunities and obstacles from management, governance and ethical perspectives.

International Facility and Event Management

At the completion of this course, a student will understand the use of needs assessment, feasibility, and impact studies in the facility planning process; understand the concept of risk management as it relates to planning and managing a sport facility and event; understand key principles associated with managing a sport facility and event; and demonstrate knowledge of how to schedule, promote, and maintain sport facilities and events.