Public Policy in New York City
PPOL 3701 - 4 credits
|Dates:||December 1-6, 2013|
|Days:||Sunday - Friday|
|Location:||New York City|
|Registration Deadline:||October 12 or when course is full (SPACE IS LIMITED)|
Description: Great civilizations are defined by great cities. New York is America's greatest, most complex, and most influential city. For the student of public policy, learning first-hand how New York actually works is a key element in building a dynamic understanding of the interplay of the key elements of government initiative, financial innovation, commerce, and history. This intensive course in New York will focus on top policymakers, financial experts, think tank experts, and journalists.
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or higher.
Approximate Travel Costs*:
|Airfare:||$350 - 500 (Students responsible for making flight arrangements.)|
|Cancellation Fee:||$100 (Applied to student account if student drops course after being officially registered.)|
*These figures are estimates and subject to change. Cost of tuition is additional.
For more information regarding course content, contact Richard Caldwell at Richard.Caldwell@du.edu.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS.
Deadline to apply is October 12 or when course is full.