Courses of the Public Administration and Policy Group

Overview academic year 2020-2021:

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Visit the site of the Study Handbook 2020-2021 for detailed information.

Period 1:

  • Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors, PAP-20306 afternoon 
  • Public Administration and Environmental Law, PAP-20806 morning
  • European Union Institutions and Policies, PAP-21806 afternoon
  • Policy, Governance and Law, PAP-22306
  • Law and Public Power, SDC-23306

Period 2:

  • Public Administration and Policy Making, PAP-10306 morning 
  • International Policies and Institutions, PAP-21306 afternoon
  • Interdisciplinary Themes in Food and Sustainability: Responsible Business Conduct, YSS-33806 morning

Period 3:           

  • Governance and Policy Change, PAP-30806 
  • Politics, Policy Making and Accountability in International Arenas for Development, PAP-31306

Period 5:

  • Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements, PAP-30306 morning
  • Policy Agenda Setting and Issue Framing, PAP-52306 morning 
  • The Politics of Healthy and Sustainable Food, PAP-31806 morning

Period 6:

  • Policy and governance theories for analysing water issues, PAP-54302 afternoon

    Public Administration and Policy also contributes to the following courses:

    Period 1:

    Law and Public Power, SDC-23306

    Perspectives and themes in International Development Studies (SDC-36306)

    Period 2:

    Environmental Quality and Governance (ENP-35806)

    Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment (FNP-32806)

    Integrated Water Management (WSG-33806)

    Period 3:

    Law, Policy and Governance (SDC-10306)

    Sustainable Land Management Policies (SLM-32306)

    Period 4:

    Health Policy and Action (HSO-30306)

    Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management (WSG-34806)

    Period 5:

    The Economics and Politics of European Integration: Agricultural, Trade and Foreign Policy Analysis (AEP-30306)

    Environmental Quality and Governance (ENP-35806)

    Politics of Development: State, Property and Resistance (SDC-35806)

    Period 6:

    Analysis of a problem situation (YSS-10906)