PAD 3223 Public Budgeting and Finance

This course focuses on the institutions and analytical tools associated with the need for revenue generation coupled with the allocation and management of resources at all levels of government through hands-on budgeting skills and communication of analysis to decision makers. Students become familiar with the techniques and practices of budget preparation and documentation including how to develop and present a government budget. In addition, students gain an appreciation of the political and policy implications of budget decisions.
3 credits

Prerequisites

PAD 3003