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  • PUB 5477 - Public-Sector Statistical Analysis
    OUTCOMES 1 Identify the elements of decision making under uncertainty decision rules sensitivity analysis and how statistical data may add value to decision making 2 Explain the relation of confidence intervals to hypothesis tests do tests of hypotheses for population means and variances one tailed and two tailed confidence intervals and hypothesis tests measures to control for Type I and Type II errors and their probabilities of occurrence 3 Identify conditions requiring the use of the t test chi square test and F test types of ANOVA designs 4 Calculate and interpret the coefficients of simple regression 5 Discuss the differences between simple and multiple correlation and regression analysis and correctly interpret a computerized solution 6 Identify conditions requiring the use of nonparametric methods 7 Demonstrate an ability to use quantitative techniques for managerial decision making by solving assigned homework or case problems IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Essential Statistics Exercising Essential Statistics 3 Edition 2012 Evan M Berman CQ Press ISBN 9781452218731 SPSS Student Version Software Package Version 20 0 EMS Notes Software available through NSU bookstore APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5477&CourseSubject=PUB (2012-12-22)


  • PUB 5480 - Public Policy and Program Formulation and Implementation
    and implemented Emphasis is on agenda setting program design and implementation Prerequisite PUB 5450 II PREREQUISITES GMP 5450 OR PUB 5450 III LEARNING OUTCOMES 1 Describing and discussing the basic concepts of policy analysis and program development 2 Explaining and applying basic models of public policy analysis and program evaluation 3 Being able to conduct research on the policy cycle 4 Demonstrating an adequate to excellent competency in applying functions of the policy cycle for interpretive purposes IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Public Policy Making 7 Edition 2011 James E Anderson Thomson Learning ISBN 9780618974726 APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased from the NSU Bookstore located in the University Park Plaza by calling 1 800 509 2665 or online at http www nsubooks bkstore com Recommended Materials a Required Materials 1 Textbook Public Policymaking 2006 James E Anderson 6th edition Houghton Mifflin ISBN 0 618 50686 1 The NSU Libraries comprise the Alvin Sherman Library Research and Information Technology Center Health Professions Division Library Law Library and Technology Center University School Library Media Centers and the William S Richardson Ocean Science Library Students are
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5480&CourseSubject=PUB (2012-12-22)

  • PUB 5481 - Evaluation of Public Policies and Programs
    research and relying on evaluation techniques Appreciating the confounding influence of political factors on evaluation IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement 2006 James McDavid Laura Hawthorn Sage Publications ISBN 9781412906685 APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased from the NSU Bookstore located in the University Park Plaza by calling 1 800
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5481&CourseSubject=PUB (2012-12-22)

  • PUB 5499 - Strategic Planning in the Changing Public Environment
    II PREREQUISITES GMP 5450 OR PUB 5450 III LEARNING OUTCOMES 1 Describing explaining and applying basic models of strategic planning 2 Determining how to use planning models when why and where 3 Being able to conduct research and relying on planning models 4 Appreciating the difficulty of invoking planning models in highly political and structured institutional environments IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations A Practical Guide and Workbook 2 Edition 2005 Michael Allison Jude Kaye Wiley ISBN 9780471445814 Creating and Implementing Your Strategic Plan A Workbook for Public and Nonprofit Organizations 3 Edition 2001 John M Bryson Farnum K Alston Wiley ISBN 978 0 470 40535 2 Strategic Planning for Public Nonpublic Organizations A Guide to Strengthening Sustaining Organizational Achievement 4 Edition 2011 John M Bryson Wiley ISBN 978 0 470 39251 5 Others Handouts Worksheets The professor will provide paper or electronic copies of reading material and worksheets that are based on the other recommended materials listed for each class session This will be explained further during the first class meeting APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased from the
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5499&CourseSubject=PUB (2012-12-22)

  • PUB 5402 - Master of Public Administration Integrative Capstone
    with political mandates that often come loaded down with special interests that make it hard to reconcile the manager s desire to guard the general public interest with politically driven policy This class is pass fail and does not calculate into the student s GPA This course is not financial aid eligible when taken by itself Pre requisites Students must be in good academic standing to participate meaning that students have maintained a 3 0 GPA and have not earned more than two grades below a B PUB 5450 PUB 5451 PUB 5461 PUB 5462 PUB 5463 PUB 5465 PUB 5472 PUB 5473 PUB 5477 PUB 5480 PUB 5481 PUB 5499 II PREREQUISITES PUB 5450 AND PUB 5451 AND PUB 5461 AND PUB 5462 AND PUB 5463 AND PUB 5465 AND PUB 5472 AND PUB 5473 AND PUB 5477 AND PUB 5480 AND PUB 5481 AND PUB 5499 III LEARNING OUTCOMES At the conclusion of the course each student will have intermediate knowledge of the techniques and practices of public management professionals including 1 What a leader needs to believe and do in order to promote high performance in the organization 2 The importance of values and the congruence between individual and organizational values for improving public management 3 The Forced Field technique for reconciling competing political interest group and professional objectives in management decision making 4 The role of elected officials in the administration of governments 5 How to integrate public values and ethical perspectives in decision making IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks The Leadership Road Positive Actions that Drive Results 2009 Dr Robert Preziosi Llumina Press ISBN 9781595267726 Camelot A Role playing Simulation for Political Decision Making 5 Edition 2006 Woodworth James R W Robert Gump Thomson Learning ISBN 0534602797 Notes Course material and pre course assignments
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5402&CourseSubject=PUB (2012-12-22)

  • MGT 5015 - Legal, Ethical, and Social Values of Business
    and training to resolve moral issues as well as to ascertain whether the law itself is just 4 Enhance the students awareness of the many societal and cultural influences on business 5 Foster the character development and social consciousness of the student by imparting a greater concern for the legal moral and social values of business decision making 6 Create an atmosphere where students perceive the field of business management as an integral dignified socially useful and value enhancing part of a prosperous and just society Entrance Competencies This course assumes 1 A modest background in law government legal and governmental institutions and the legal nature of business entities 2 And that the students come to class with basic moral standards beliefs and values and that the students approximately share these basic values Exit Competencies Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 Possess a deeper knowledge of the value theory of management law ethics as a branch of philosophy and the meaning of social responsibility 2 Comprehend better the legal moral and social values in business decision making 3 Understand the relationship as well as the distinction among law ethics and social responsibility 4 Know how to apply legal ethical and social principles and rules to solve business problems 5 Be cognizant of the major moral issues confronting business today and the qualities of moral companies and moral managers 6 Recognize that various disciplines can be integrated to solve problems 7 And utilize case studies and deductive and inductive problem solving techniques more efficaciously IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Business Ethics The Moral Foundation of Effective Leadership Management Entrepreneurship 3 Edition 2013 Frank J Cavico Bahaudin Mujtaba Pearson ISBN 125671254X Legal Challenges for the Global Manager and Entrepreneur 2008 Frank J Cavico and Bahaudin
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5015&CourseSubject=MGT (2012-12-22)

  • LED 5380 - Team Building
    PREREQUISITES MGT 5020 OR GMP 5020 AND LED 5630 OR GMP 5630 III LEARNING OUTCOMES 1 Distinguish a team from a work group 2 Explain why teams can be more powerful than individuals 3 Describe the essential elements of a team and why they are important 4 Describe the importance of strong performance standards 5 Understand the concept of shared leadership in teams 6 Describe the role of top management with teams 7 Explain how teams can help drive organizational change 8 Recognize and address common obstacles faced by teams 9 Explain why teams at the top of an organization can be the most difficult 10 Understand the unique challenges faced by virtual teams 11 Utilize a variety of tools to improve team performance IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Team Building Proven Strategies for Improving Team Performance 4 Edition 2007 Dyer William et al Wiley ISBN 9780787988937 APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased from the NSU Bookstore located in the University Park Plaza by calling 1 800 509 2665 or online at http www nsubooks bkstore com Recommended Materials The Wisdom of Teams 2003
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  • LED 5640 - Coaching and Influencing Skill
    understand how to build a better long term rapport COURSE OBJECTIVES To contribute to and improve the understanding of 1 The importance of coaching as a preferred and tested route to achieving effective leadership 2 The dramatic impact that can be achieved through coaching 3 Why managers need to develop into leaders and 4 How coaching fits in with other techniques and approaches of leadership development To school the student in a precise system of behavioral skills that can be used over and over again to move others to action at work in personal relationships and in everyday life IV COURSE MATERIAL Required Materials Textbooks Influence without Authority 2 Edition 2005 Cohen Allen R Bradford David L Wiley ISBN 9780471463306 Coaching Process Questionnaire Notes Item can only be purchased from NSU Bookstore Influence Strategies Excercise Inventory Notes Item can only be purchased from NSU Bookstore The Coaching Manager Developing Top Talent in Business 2 Edition 2010 James M Hunt Joseph R Weintraub Sage Publications ISBN 9781412977760 APA Manual The APA Manual 6th Edition is required for all courses NSU Bookstore Textbooks and Case Studies may be purchased from the NSU Bookstore located in the University Park Plaza by calling 1 800 509 2665 or online at http www nsubooks bkstore com Recommended Materials 1 Allenbaugh G 1992 Coaching A Management Tool for a More Effective Work Performance Performance Improvement Quarterly 5 2 2 12 2 Aurelio S J Kennedy Jr 1991 Performance Coaching A Key to Effectiveness Supervisory Management 36 1 2 3 Creating appreciative learning cultures Barrett Frank J Organizational Dynamics New York Autumn 1995 Vol 24 Iss 2 p 36 14 pages 4 Bell C 1987 Coaching for High Performance Advanced Management Journal 52 26 29 5 Bielous G 1994 Effective Coaching Improving Marginal Performers Supervision 55 3 5 6 Evered R and J Selman 1989 Coaching and the Art of Management Organizational Dynamics 18 2 16 32 7 Fagenson E 1992 Mentoring Who Needs It Journal of Vocational Behavior 41 48 60 8 Fitgerald L R Nutt 1986 Division 17 Principles Concerning the Counseling Pshychotherapy of Women Rationale and Implementation The Counseling Psychologist 14 180 216 9 Goldsmith M 1996 Fall Coaching for Behavioral Change Leader to Leader http personal marshallgoldsmith com html marshall articles html 10 Judge W and J Cowell 1997 July August The Brave New World of Executive Coaching Business Horizons 71 77 11 Kilburg R 1996 Spring Toward a Conceptual Understanding and Definition of Executive Coaching Consulting Psychology Journal Practice and Research 42 2 134 144 12 Orth C H Wilkinson R Benfari 1987 The Manager s Role as Coach and Mentor Organizational Dynamics 15 4 66 74 13 Scandura T 1992 Mentorship and Career Mobility An Empirical Investigation Journal of Organizational Behavior 13 169 174 14 Shore L and A Bloom 1986 Developing Employees Through Coaching and Career Management Personnel 63 34 38 15 Harvard Business Review Articles Coaching the Alpha Male What can coaches do for you Leadership Run Amok the
    http://www.huizenga.nova.edu/SylmanView/syllabus.cfm?CourseNumber=5640&CourseSubject=LED (2012-12-22)