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•discuss the rationale behind creating new, separate disciplines of public administration and public policy.
•Do you believe that all public administrators should matriculate in a Masters in Public Administration program?
•What advantages or a disadvantage does this present to those interested in entering the field of public administration?
•Are there any differences that you can see between public administration and business administration or political science?

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I think that the rationale behind creating new, separate disciplines of public administration and public policy is to separate the study of managerial and administrative aspects of government, from the study of the strictly policymaking and legal aspects of government. This will help students to be able to decide what aspect of government they would like to focus upon, and to be able to engage in courses of study that are focused upon those different aspects of government, that must each be mastered separately. I also believe that ...

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