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MSA 685 Integrative Analysis of Administration

This course builds upon the information and skills learned in the core and concentration course work, and the student's employment experiences. The course trains the student in application of administrative theory and research to practical issues and problems found in occupational situations. In these senses of joining theory, research and practice with the practical workday world, the course is truly integrative of the student's knowledge, skills, and professional life. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: MSA 600, MSA 602 or MSA 634 or MSA 635, MSA 640 all with a grade of C or better; 21 hours of graduate credit.

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3(Spec)

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