MAPL 652 Advocacy, Policy Research, and Organizing Capstone
MAPL 652 is a 4-credit core course in the Advocacy and Political Leadership (MAPL) program within the Public and Nonprofit Administration Department. This course is designed to help students connect their MAPL coursework with a community-based learning experience and with their own career goals.
4 Graduate credits
Effective May 3, 2021 to present
- Reflect on and evaluate advocacy strategies in real time and adjust strategies based on data and new learning.
- Identify appropriate opportunities for next steps in their professional and service leadership careers.
- Effectively network in their chosen field for career or service leadership opportunities.
- Strategically apply appropriate advocacy and political leadership concepts to a real-world professional issue, organization or campaign.
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