Atlas Concept Table for ADMN470 Reforming Government
… a resource page for ADMN470 Reforming Government
Core concepts on the Atlas for the School of Public Administration’s course on reforming government
The table below displays Atlas core concepts that may be pertinent to ADMN470, a fourth-year undergraduate course that is also an elective course for Master’s students in University of Victoria, School of Public Administration. The concepts have been selected by the Atlas editors on the basis of the detailed syllabus found at ADMN470 Reforming Government. They are drawn from a wide variety of topics in six different subjects. See Atlas Concept Tables for Courses for methodology and links to other concept tables.
Atlas Concept Table for ADMN470
250 core concepts in reforming government, organized by Atlas subject and topic
Relating the week-by-week course outline to Atlas topics
Another way to present Atlas resources that are relevant to a course is to identify the most pertinent Atlas topics for each seminar topic. This is done in the table below, which is reproduced from the course page ADMN470 Reforming Government.
Week-by-week course outline for ADM470 with related Atlas topics
Student help in identifying core concepts
As described in Atlas Core Curriculum Project, the Atlas relies on students to help identify and refine core concepts based on their experience in MPP and MPA courses. It is hoped that ADMN470 students will help refine the table below through commentary on which concepts in the course material they find most useful.
Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 9 December 2019.
Image: The New Indian Express, WTO must reform to survive, 18 May 2019, at https://www.newindianexpress.com/opinions/2019/may/18/wto-must-reform-to-survive-1978427.html, accessed 25 November 2019.