PUP 3023  Public Policy and Administration Legal Research credits: 3

This course will provide the student with a working knowledge of the major techniques utilized in legal research, analysis, and writing. It will introduce the student to a broad practical approach to the use of legal publications in addressing public policy and administration issues. This course familiarizes the student with computerized legal research databases and enhances previously learned research skills to include a focus on policy development/ implementation, programs and projects. The student will build upon the essential building blocks of how government works. The student will complete assigned problems and scenarios in legal research.

Pre or Corequisite: PUP 3002 and Admission to: PPA-BS