The Pennsylvania State University
In the fall of 2018, I was invited to cover a course for the Penn State master of public administration program.
- PADM 503 Research Methods Like MSA 600 at Central Michigan, this course covers the basic research process with a specific application to public management. One interesting feature of this course is an explicit SPSS knowledge requirement.
University of Baltimore
During the spring of 2014, the University of Baltimore’s School of Public and International Affairs invited me to teach in their master of public administration program. I taught for the following three semesters and taught courses over two years from the budgeting and fiscal administration track:
- PUAD 701 Public Administration and Public Finance This course will consider the economic impacts of governmental policies, especially at the state and local level.
- PUAD 702 Public Financial Management A discussion of public financial management, including debt management, accounting policies, performance management, and accountability. This discussion should extend beyond the introductory graduate-level course on budgeting.
Other public affairs-related teaching experience can be found under Management.
- Textbook Pricing is Out of Control (2/18/2017)
- Read My Article, “Public Financial Management” in Syllabus (6/29/2016)
- On teaching public finance to public administrators (11/30/2015)
- Classroom Regulation (11/12/2015)
- Mobile Farmers Markets for Food Deserts (11/5/2015)
- Voting, Ice Cream, and the Classroom (9/29/2015)
- On Teaching Public Finance (9/5/2015)
- Syllabus for Public Administration and Public Finance (8/15/2015)
- Nonprofit Project at the End of the Semester (5/6/2015)
- Green Beelievers Update (4/27/2015)
- The Nonprofit Project Takes Off (3/2/2015)
- Syllabus for Public Financial Management, 2015 (1/26/2015)
- Fall 2014: Public Finance and Public Administration (8/28/2014)
- University of Baltimore Blog Continues (6/2/2009)
- New University of Baltimore Blog (3/27/2009)
- Graduation from UB (1/11/2009)
- Municipal Creditworthiness (2/12/2008)