MAPL 668 is an elective course in the Master of Advocacy and Political Leadership (MAPL) Program. This course will provide students with in-depth insight into timely political advocacy issues of the day. Students will become proficient in the context, the arguments, and the specific techniques used to advocate for and against these specific issues.
1-4 Graduate credits
Effective May 4, 2021 to present
- Understand the context surrounding a timely issue of the day, be that immigration or identity politics.
- Understand and articulate the issues and arguments advanced by those involved in the timely issue of the day
- Understand, delineate, and critique the advocacy strategies used by those working to promote their issues and arguments.
|01||Topics in Advocacy: Fundraising for Non-Profits and Advocacy||Cooper, Scott S Heider, Kathryn Anne||Books||Course details|
|02||Housing Policy and Advocacy||Brown, Megan Elizabeth||Books||Course details|
|03||Social Media for Advocacy||Harms, Trisha LeAnne||Books||Course details|
|01||Topics in Advocacy: Advanced Negotiations||Cooper, Scott S||Books||Course details|