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Examines governmental capital budgeting processes with a focus on understanding the significance of capital improvement planning, public facility investment, and project evaluation to sound infrastructure financing and regional economic growth. Governments purchase or construct long-lasting physical assets or facilities financed mostly through borrowing. This course aims to understand the rationale for public capital budgeting and debt instruments used to finance capital investment in the political context of public budgeting in America. Offered as PAPP 5332 and PLAN 5329; credit will be granted only once.

Mathematics - Graduate Programs

...plan, thesis-substitute plan, or non-thesis plan...5326,MATH 5327, MATH 5329, MATH 5330, MATH...

Electrical Engineering - Graduate Programs

...a faculty adviser, may plan a program in...5327 EE 5328 EE 5329 4. Electromagnetic Fields...