Public Affairs 274: Public and Private Sectors in Policymaking
- 3 credits, Sophomore Standing, Intermediate Level
- Wednesday 3:30-5:25 PM
- Can satisfy the policy specialization component of the Certificate in Public Policy
- Can grant freshmen permission to enroll
- Taught by Professor Tana Johnson
- This course focuses on the interplay of the public and private sectors in policymaking.
- Throughout the course, students will apply political economic concepts in order to understand actual policy choices for various policy issues, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Find it in the course catalog under PA 274
For more information contact David Wright-Racette at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608-262-9163
NOTE: Please reach out to David Wright-Racette if you have any questions about enrolling, or if you are interested in adding the Undergraduate Certificate in Public Policy. The application window for the certificate is May 1st – May 31st.
Robert M. La Follette
School of Public Affairs
University of Wisconsin-Madison