Theory and practice related to supervision and management functions in public administration; attention to private sector management practices. Traditional and innovative group leadership and motivational techniques. Relationships with superiors, subordinates, peers, clients, customers. Computer-assisted and group practice of skills which induce rather than coerce productivity, including skills of conflict resolution and negotiation. Highly clinical. Not open to students with credit for EDE 440 or EDL 410 or PUB 450. May be reelected to a total of three credits.Also listed asPUB 550.