University of Technology Sydney

98005 Policy Evaluation: Local and International Approaches

6cp
Requisite(s): 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Bachelor's Degree OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Bachelor's Combined Degree OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Bachelor's Honours OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Bachelor's Honours Embedded OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Diploma/Assoc Diploma OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Associate Degree OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Advanced Diploma/Diploma OR 64 credit points of completed study in completed any Bachelor's Combined Honours

Description

Students in this subject develop both the analytical and practical skills needed to engage critically with policy-making processes and navigate policy in local, national and international contexts. Enquiry-based approaches allow students to consider a number of different policy areas (crime, environment, equity, education) that have significant international dimensions and develop their skills to facilitate and influence informed decision-making. Students apply theory to real world debates and policies.

Typical availability

Spring session


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