Ethics and Integrity in Public Administration

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Course Code: 
EHR 3205
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course will attempt to bring the general ethical discussion to bear especially on the Ugandan situations.  Accordingly, examination will be made of the nature of ethical problems in Uganda's public administration, going back to the colonial period; the age of military dictatorships and the "break down of the state"; then the consequent breakdown of "law and order" and "moral principles".  

Learning Outcomes: 

This course will enable students to:1)      Identify major public administration functions and describe the role they perform in the overall public sector process2)      Differentiate and relate  public administration  and public policy3)      Assess the ethics of the policy process in Uganda4)      Know the evolution of public administration in Uganda5)      Assess the ethical problems in Uganda’s public administration6)      Identify key historical developments in Public administration in Uganda and relate them to current trends and practices7)      Develop an understanding of the differentiated but synergistic relationship between leadership and management.8)      Describe how the changing global society and multicultural environment impacts the management of the Public sector9)      Describe and analyze  selected Public administration theories and concepts10)  Analyze decision-making issues and relate them to general Public managerial practices in an array of quasi-political governmental environments. 

Ethics and Integrity in Public Administration
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