This course is meant to be the capstone learning experience for social policy students at the School of Public Policy. It is a client-based workshop in which students integrate their prior course instruction with a real-world experience grappling with current policy questions and the practical needs of policy makers and managers.
The course is required for all 48-credit (MPP) Social Policy students. Work must be completed by graduation.
Survey and analysis of the governmental institutions and processes which shape U.S. global engagement on national security and international economic issues. Particular emphasis is given to executive-congressional relations and the broader domestic roots of foreign policy.