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Policy, Planning and Development - Expanded (PPDE)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in RGL102; phone (213) 740-1460.
- D class assignments for graduate students available in RGL102; phone (213) 740-1460.
- To access and submit the D-clearance request form for PPD courses, please visit www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/students
Performance improvement methods and principles in health care; how Lean, Six-Sigma, and Human Centered Design (HCD) methodologies are applied to health care organizations to improve quality and efficiency.
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Alternatives within the healthcare delivery system beyond the acute hospital; how social, medical and financial determinants provide alternatives to acute care and impact a patient's disposition; Hospital Readmission Penalty Program; effect of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 on patient care.
|50912D||001||Lecture||TBA||TBA||14 of 20||Joshua Luke||OFFICE|
Methodology, assessment and planning methods for urban sustainability and land use planning; how the choice and use of theory and methods impact the planning process; systems and spatial analysis
|50901R||001||4.0||Lecture||9:00-12:20pm||Monday||20 of 32||Hilda Blanco||RGL219|
Interdisciplinary approach to conceptualize urban land and property rights; property rights strategies; design and policy interventions; the struggle for rights to space in the city
|50903R||001||Lecture||9:00-12:20pm||Tuesday||12 of 20||Annette Kim||OFFICE|
Roles of citizens, civic associations, nonprofit organizations, government and business in democratic governance; Civil Society as the interface among these entities; techniques, purposes and contexts of civic engagement
|50902R||001||Lecture||2:00-5:20pm||Tuesday||10 of 32||Terry Cooper||RGL219||Word (121856 KB)|
Concept and practice of performance management; examination of performance measurement; analysis and reporting practices for organizational accountability and improvements; performance design, indicators, utilization of information
Analytical foundation for design of institutions and policies; environmental policy; welfare economics and market failure; policy evaluation; economic policy instruments; climate change policy issues; other policy issues. Recommended preparation: PPD 501b.
- Prerequisite: PPD 501a
|50906R||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Tuesday||12 of 32||Adam Rose||RGL209|
The use of media as an implement of social policy and change at the state and federal level; analysis of social problems and the effect policy practitioners influence on change
|50907R||001||Lecture||2:00-5:20pm||Monday||14 of 20||Daniel Heimpel||VPD107|
Major theories of social justice in the US and globally; how theories of social justice influence policy, urban planning, and public administration; how to bridge theories about justice for professional practice.
|50909R||001||Lecture||2:00-5:20pm||Tuesday||18 of 32||Lisa Schweitzer||RGL209|
Key aspects of the fundraising process for nonprofit organizations; theoretical foundations and general fundraising principles; techniques sources of donations; key aspects of managing the process
|50913R||001||Lecture||6:00-9:20pm||Thursday||9 of 15||John Sonego,|
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Mission-mandated accountable and ethical practice, individually and organizationally; applications of core competencies; practical inquiry, analysis, systems; comparative frameworks; strategic leadership and management of public value production. Open only to Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management students.
- Prerequisite: (PPD 500 and PPD 675 and PPD 689)
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Nonprofit Leadership and Management
|50910R||001||Lecture||6:00-9:20pm||Tuesday||5 of 10||Nicole Esparza||RGL215||Word (71521 KB)|