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1 College of Arts and Sciences Political Science Department Master of Public Administration Program etroy PA 6624 XTIA Public Human Resources Management COURSE SYLLABUS TERM 2 Oct 12 Dec 13, 2015 For a course syllabus posted prior to the beginning of the term, the instructor reserves the right to make minor changes prior to or during the term. The instructor will notify students, via or Blackboard announcement, when changes are made in the requirements and/or grading of the course. etroy Courses at Troy University All etroy courses at Troy University utilize the Blackboard Learning System. In every etroy course, students should read all information presented in the Blackboard course site and should periodically check for updates-at least every 48 hours. Remember: This is not a correspondence course in which a student may work at his/her own pace. Each week there are assignments, online discussions, online activities and/or exams with due dates. Refer to the schedule in the syllabus for more information. INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Instructor: Dr. Dayna M. McDaniel Office Address: 81 Beal Pkwy, SE, FWB, FL Mailing address: Eglin AFB Site P.O. Box 1955 Eglin AFB, FL Home Phone: home (850) (call and leave a message so that I can respond within 24-48) Fax available at this number also. Say your phone number twice. Troy Address: me anytime and I will respond within 24 hours (In order to resist viruses, please put PA 6601 and last name in the subject line. If not, I may not open the ). Electronic Office Hours with Bb IM: I will be available online during the day on BB IM between 2pm to 5:30pm Central on W, TH, F (or by if I am not showing available on the Bb IM). Please check the IM even in the evening before ing me because many times I am on when I am doing my work in the mornings and evenings. Several evenings I will be available on the Bb IM. If you have an immediate question and cannot contact me on Bb IM, please feel free to call and leave a message prior to 1

2 9:00pm Central time. Troy instructors are required to respond to student messages within 24 hours Monday-Thursday and 48 hours Friday-Sunday INSTRUCTOR PROFILE: Dr. Dayna McDaniel holds a Doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Alabama, an M.S. in Management from Troy, and a B.S. in Political Science from University of California. She has been a college instructor since 1990, teaching in Public Administration, Management, (graduate and undergraduate level courses) and some undergraduate criminal justice/social science courses for the past 20+ years. Prior to teaching college, she has held a variety of positions in public service including the Legislative Aid for Florida State House of Representatives for District IV, a White House Intern for the White House News Summary office in Washington DC under the Reagan Administration, and public high school and elementary teacher for the Riverside California Public School District. She retired from the military as a Lt. Colonel in the Air Force as the augmentee Health Service Administrator to the HQ Air Force Special Operations Command Surgeon s office at Hurlburt Field. Her other past military positions included: Mission Coordinator for Medical Humanitarian Civic Action Missions in Central and South America; Operations Officer for Air Evacuation Missions throughout the Pacific; and the Director of Personnel for the 414 Medical Squadron, March AFB, CA. MPA equad As an active MPA student you have access to the MPA equad located on your etroy Blackboard page under "Organizations". The MPA equad is your immediate access to information and links for your course sequence, course concentration, registration, MPA and etroy forms, major program requirements, professional opportunities, MPA program orientation, faculty advising, "live" chat access and much more. Visit the MPA equad 24/7 for the latest program happenings and to review the available resources. Please take approximately 4 minutes to view this video link to find out what the MPA equad can do for you: COURSE INFORMATION: Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course. Course Description: A survey of the basic principles, functions, and constitutional issues involved with managing public employees. Specific functions addressed include planning, job analysis, position classification, recruitment and selection, staffing, performance management, application of information technology, appraisal, labor-management relations, training, and other personnel functions. 2

3 Student Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, you should be able to: 1. Demonstrate knowledge of employee individual rights and the responsibility of public managers in addressing those rights in the public workforce. 2. Demonstrate the ability to address critical issues and make decisions interactively with stakeholders on human resource challenges by applying appropriate synthesis and critical analysis. 3. Identify and explain how organizations utilize human resource functions to enhance and align human resource capacity with organizational needs. 4. Demonstrate the ability to assess and apply social equity in building a representative workforce that enhances the effectiveness of the public workforce in meeting organizational goals. Desired Competency: Students will be able to perform key personnel functions as managers of personnel resources within their organization STUDENT EXPECTATION STATEMENT Students will be expected to complete all weekly assignments. Students should log into the Blackboard each Monday to review the assignment and have the reading and written assignments completed by the following Sunday evening. These assignments will consist of quizzes, discussion boards, written assignment activities, archived Collaborate lectures and discussions, online scavenger hunt quizzes, live discussions on Collaborate (to present papers with instructor and classmates) and student group discussions. It is part of the students participation to make sure to check each Monday and maintain contact with instructor through . As part of course participation, students are expected to check their s daily and review each week s assignments by Monday evening under the Assignments button. If this is not completed and a student misses any information that has been provided and is time based, the student may miss necessary points in the course. Students must have a working Troy that they check daily. Hotmail addresses do not accept the forwarding option from Troy . Other forums have been accurately accepting your forwarding of your Troy if you so choose to use this function so that you only have to check your regular provider. Other Course Information: This is an on-line class. Students must have access to a working computer and access to the Internet. Students can use the TROY computer lab(s), a public library, etc., to insure they have access. Not having a computer or computer crashes are unacceptable excuses for late work. You will have several days of opportunity to turn all work so last minute computer 3

4 problems are not acceptable as excuses...sunday evening does not afford students as much access to help tickets being answered immediately. Have a backup plan in place to insure access should you have computer problems. Ask any questions you might have throughout the course; don t wait. Weekly assignments will appear on Monday of each week. Read those assignments through on Monday to prepare for the week. There is a limited example of the scheduled assignments below more details will be provided each week. Useful Web Sites for This Course See the External Links section in Blackboard. TEXTBOOKS: (required) TEXTBOOKS: (required) The New Public Personnel Administration Hardcover January 1, 2013 by Lloyd G. Nigro (Author), Felix A. Nigro (Author), J. Edward Kellough (Author) ISBN-13: ISBN-10: Edition: 7 th The textbook provider for etroy Barnes & Noble. For instructions on how to access the bookstore, please visit: atalogid=10001&langid=-1 Students should have their textbook(s) from the first week of class. Not having your textbook(s) will not be an acceptable excuse for late work. Students who add this course late should refer to the Late Registration section of the etroy Policies and Procedures for further guidance. Required Additional Reading All documents on the Bb course shell including website links, etc. Recommended Additional Reading 4

5 Additional reading is highly recommended from any and many research texts to supplement your primary text to increase your conceptual understanding of research using statistics. Assignments: COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Student is to read all that is written on the Bb course shell and review the site at the beginning of each Week to obtain specific assignments for each week and then return several times during the week. Always review quiz questions to understand the amount of time connected to the essay and website-linked questions. 2. Each student is expected to have completed the required readings and assignments as assigned each week and made available Monday (if not earlier) of each week. 3. Each student is expected to participate actively in all online discussions and the required live meeting session of which the student can choose from multiple scheduled times (or a prearranged time with the instructor). 4. Participate in class discussions, dialogues online (Bb Collaborate/WebEx), discussion board, voice board and all other assignments. Students will provide comments on the work of other students. 5. Each student will prepare a substantive written research course 6. Each student will complete quizzes, assignments, and a final live presentation of their proposal paper. Discussion board assignment: For the discussion board, the student will be asked to review different elements and respond to other students. Comprehensive responses and initial entries are expected for each DB assignment. Please make responses that are worthy of another student s time. Students should sign up for slots early. GRADING STANDARDS: Online/Discussion Board 0% to 30% = No response at all. Filled the page area with a few words. Bullet statements no discussion (plagiarized = 0% and possible failing of the entire course) *All DB, assignments, and essays on quizzes and exams are subject to Turnitin. Plagiarism detected results in zero percentage. 5

6 30% to 39% = Minimum response, a sentence or two basically agreeing with what the previous person wrote, but does not add own information to the discussion. 40% to 79 = More information provided, substantive response, adds a little to the discussion. 80% to 94% = Enlightened response, contributes new information to the discussion, synthesizes information to make your point % =Above and beyond response, contributes and adds significantly to the discussion. Sources that have been paraphrased from the text to support are cited properly so that reader can see the support comes from the text in the information. All sources other than the text and properly cited in APA in the text of the document and at the end of the submission. Quizzes (open book): Students will have quizzes during the term which will test their knowledge on the required reading notes and studies that they will review online. These quizzes will acquaint them with not only the textbook material, but also information from various government and academic-based websites. These quizzes will be online and open book open internet. Case study analysis assignment: These assignments will consist of evaluating different case studies. An outline for case study analysis will be provided. This outline will be the format for students to use to accomplish their analysis. Answers should be comprehensive with in-depth insight, analysis, and support. Case study will be discussed as a group on collaborate. The case study analysis will be held live with a case analysis discussion between the groups. Final examination will be comprehensive: Due Week 9 NOT PROCTORED This exam will assess student s understanding of the concepts involved in Public Personnel. This is essay/case study exam and must be uploaded to the Bb shell under the Weekly module 9 by Friday at the end of Week 9. Only use the sources provided to you by me, your notes and the text. Do not use any outside sources except your text. Paper and presentation of Paper: Due during Week 7 (time slots will be posted) Specifics on the 3, word count term paper (word count not to include reference, title page or abstract) will be specified in the Bb shell under paper specifications in week one (and housed in course documents). 10 minimum academic sources required. Entire paper is to be double spaced and 1 inch all around. All papers will be subject to turnitin and must be original papers for the course. NO quotes in paper references should all be paraphrased. Each student in the course is required to provide a live presentation from the comfort of your own computer using Collaborate Classroom. Several sessions will be available to fit your schedule in which you will provide a 5-7 minute presentation with PowerPoint slides to the instructor and other students who are part of that particular session. Questions will follow the presentation. Oral presentations by students on their research papers will be expected in the second half of the course. These formal oral 6

7 reports should be carefully prepared for delivery. Presentations are expected to be professional and should include appropriate PowerPoint slides or use of other media if available. The paper itself will be due the 7 th week of the course. Specifications for the course paper will be provided below and under paper specifications on the Bb along with a checklist. Student Learning Outcomes Matrix Course Design Matrix 7

8 (SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Student Learning Outcomes Textbook/ Readings Strategy Assessme nt 1 Demonstrate knowledge of employee individual rights and the responsibility of public managers to address individual rights issues in the workplace. Chapter 1 Assignment Paper Group discussion Assignme nt 2 4. Identify and apply organizational strategies designed to enhance equity within and the representativeness of the public workforce. Chapters 2 & 11 Video Lecture Group discussion Assignme nt 3 Identify and explain how organizations utilize human resource functions to enhance and align human resource capacity with organizational needs. Chapters 3 Chapters 7, Lecture DB discussion Bb Exercise Case study Graded BB Exercise 4 Identify and apply organizational strategies designed to enhance equity within and the representativeness of the public workforce. Chapter 5 Group discussion Assignments Graded BB Exercise Exam 2 8

9 5 Demonstrate the ability to make decisions interactively with others on human resource issues through appropriate analysis, synthesis and critical thinking. Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Exam Lecture Exam 2 6 Demonstrate the ability to make decisions interactively with others on human resource issues through appropriate analysis, synthesis and critical thinking. Chapter 9 Lecture Assignment Exam 2 Demonstrate the ability to research complex public issues and present information orally and/or in writing. 7 Demonstrate the ability to make decisions interactively with others on human resource issues through appropriate analysis, synthesis and critical thinking. Demonstrate the ability to research complex public issues and present information orally and/or in writing. Chapter 10 Lecture Group discussion Oral presentation and defense Oral presentati on Exam 2 9

10 8 Identify and apply organizational strategies designed to enhance equity within and the representativeness of the public workforce. administration. Lecture Group discussion Exam 2 9 Demonstrate the ability to research complex public issues and present information orally and/or in writing. Guidance in syllabus on research paper Oral presentation Discussion board exercise on Topic Selection Final Meta- Analysis Research Paper Grading Policy: METHOD OF EVALUATION AND ASSIGNMENTS Grades will be based on the following weighted percentages for specific assignments shown in the following grading scale tables Breakdown of Specific Assignment and Exams Values by % and points Percent of Final Grade Each assignment is weighted according to its importance in serving the objectives of the course Case Study Analysis/scenario 11% Quizzes/Assignments (3) 20% intro DB assignments 4% Course Paper 25% 10

11 abstract DB 6% Final exam (timed online) 25% Paper Presentation (online) 9% Total 100% Assignment of Grades Grade Level Points Required A B C D F [*** Postings: Grades are posted in Blackboard in My Grades.] (Late Papers and assignments will lose a grade PER DAY). *All requirements including the paper, tests, and oral/written assignments must be met and fulfilled to receive a passing grade in this course. COURSE POLICIES Submitting Assignments: All assignments will be submitted according to instructions that will be in the Weekly modules. Students will be provided feedback on their written assignments and grades will be posted on the online grade book. Submit papers in Standard English using a 12-point Times New Roman font, 1- inch margins, and double spacing in MS-Word format unless otherwise noted. The American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines are the standards for writing and referencing papers in the MPA program. Use the APA Research Style guidelines found at: Make-Up Work Policy: Missing any part of this schedule may prevent completion of the course. If student foresees difficulty of any type (i.e., an illness, employment change, etc.) that may prevent completion of this course, notify the instructor as soon as possible. Failure to do so will result in failure for an assignment and/or failure of the course. 11

12 If the instructor has not heard from student by the deadline dates for assignments, exams, or forums, no make-up work is allowed unless extraordinary circumstances existed, such as hospitalization. Requests for extensions must be made in advance and accompanied by appropriate written documentation if the excuse is acceptable to the instructor. "Computer problems" are not an acceptable excuse. Extra credit opportunities are not utilized in this course. Standards of Conduct and Plagiarism: The awarding of a university degree attests that an individual has demonstrated mastery of a significant body of knowledge and skills of substantive value to society. Any type of dishonesty in securing those credentials therefore invites serious sanctions, up to and including suspension and expulsion (see Standards of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures section in The Oracle: The Troy University Student Handbook and the University Wide Regulations section in the Troy University Graduate Catalog). Examples of dishonesty include actual or attempted cheating, plagiarism, or knowingly furnishing false information to any university employee. Students must properly cite any paraphrased material. This includes discussion boards and any written assignments. No assignment may have directly quoted material from another source in this course. Students will be focusing on honing their paraphrasing skills in this course. Students who need assistance in learning to paraphrase should ask the instructor for guidance and consult the links at the Troy Writing Center. Remember, paraphrasing means keeping 2-3 of the original words and putting the rest of the material in your own words this still requires a citation. A direct quote uses quotation marks and the appropriate citation. There will be no directly quoted material used in the student submitted writing assignments of this course. Understand and learn how to paraphrase. The penalty for plagiarism will result in 0 points for that assignment and may include zero in the course. Be sure to review the Troy Plagiarism Statement Approved by the Academic Steering Committee, which may be accessed in Blackboard under the Syllabus Button. etroy Policies and Procedures Click on the Syllabus tab at the Blackboard site that supports this course for the link to important etroy Policies and Procedures that are not specifically covered in this syllabus: Student/Faculty Interaction Expectations Technical Support Center Troy Library Support Honesty and Plagiarism Policy Late Registration Attendance Policy 12

13 Incomplete Grade Policy Non-Harassment Policy Adaptive Needs (ADA) Policy Faculty Evaluation etroy Contact Information COURSE SCHEDULE: ** All assignments, paper, exams are to be accomplished individually with no assistance from others or out of the course. There is to be no collaborating between students on graded materials in this course unless otherwise directed by the instructor when responding to others discussion board entries. DUE DATES for Written and reading assignments fall on each Sunday by midnight Week 1 Read the following chapters in text: Text A. Read Chapters 1 and 2. B. Review information on reviewing articles on Bb as directed by instructor. See information Section Week 1 Written Items Due 1. Provide a Student Introduction on the Discussion Board and a reply to your fellow students. 2. See Weekly modules Tab: Week 1 module for detailed instruction for what is due for the week (signs up on Bb IM explained in Bb). 3. Click on each button on the Bb and become familiar with its contents Week 2 Read the following chapters in text: Read Chapter 3 Week 2 Written Items 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week (read everything on the Bb course shell. 13

14 2. Be prepared to submit your paper topic with short abstract and at least two academic sources to the discussion board that states a short abstract of your proposed paper to discuss with instructor. Note what types of topics are overdone. Your response to other students will be a large part of this assignment (please make sure to read information on this assignment under Week 2 in assignments) 3. Review the Bb for other information on this week s assignments. Week 3 Read the following chapters in texts: Chapters 4 and 5 Week 3 Written Items Week 4 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week 2. Complete Assignments and review Bb. All information provided on the Bb should be read carefully to insure you are privy to all important details each week. Read the following chapters in texts: Chapter 6 and 7 Week 4 Written Items 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions 2. Complete Assignments and review Bb for further information on assignments due Week 5 Midterm Read the following chapters in texts: Chapter 8 Exam is timed and online 14

15 Week 5 Written Items 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions 2. Complete Assignments and review Bb for further information on assignments due Week 6 Read the following chapters in text: Chapter 9 Week 6 Written Items 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week 2. Quiz assignment Week 7 Read the following chapters in text: Chapter 10 Week 7 Written Items Due 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week 2. Paper is due 3. Prepare PPT for presentation of 5-7 minutes 4. Presentations on paper on Collaborate Classroom live with power point (See scheduled time slots to preselect as it appears on the discussion board on week 6 Sunday) Read the following chapter in text: Chapter 11 Week 8 15

16 Week 8 Written Items Due 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week 2. Written assignment Week 9 Review the reading of the Chapters prior to taking the Final exam. FINAL EXAM IS DUE ON FRIDAY. It is timed. Week 9 Written Items Due: 1. See Weekly Modules Tab for specific instructions for the week 2. Final exam is due essay and online timed case study/essay exam. All papers must be submitted with the file format of Word with your last name class term and section mcdaniel6624.doc * The course schedule of this syllabus may be changed to suit the class needs as determined by the instructor. 16

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