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Tales from the Sausage Factory: Making Laws in New York State

Tales from the Sausage Factory: Making Laws in New York State

Dan Feldman, former New York State Assembly member and currently a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Gerald Benjamin, an academic authority on the New York State Legislature, have written an interesting account of life in New York’s Legislature. The book paints a  picture of Feldman’s day-to-day activities in the Assembly....
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MPA Program Restructured Into Two Programs

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The John Jay College MPA Program has consisted of two tracks that have evolved to be very different: the Regular Track and the Inspector General (IG) Track. The Regular Track focuses on preparation of students for administrative, staff and executive positions primarily within public agencies. and non-profit organizations. The Inspector General Track prepares student...
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Differential Tuition: Questions and Answers

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What is a Differential Tuition? A Differential Tuition is a tuition rate for students in some degree programs that is higher than the general tuition rate set for CUNY students. The purpose of a Differential Tuition is to cover special costs and support special investments for a specific degree program.  According to New York...
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Advanced Certificate in Forensic Accounting

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The educational goal of the Advanced Certificate program is to prepare students for professional careers in accounting with special focus on the investigation of fraud. The curriculum is designed to meet the content standards of the Association of Inspectors General and the coursework requirements of CPA 150. Admissions and Curriculum Summary The Advanced Certificate...
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