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Leland M. Coxe

Dr. Leland M. Coxe

Dr. Leland M. Coxe
Assisitant Professor
Government

 

Biography:

Assistant Professor Leland Coxe received his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration from Portland State University, Master of Public Administration from California State University, Long Beach, and B.A. from Louisiana State University. His areas of expertise are research methods, public budgeting, non-profit management, health care policy, and aging.

Degrees:

Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration from Portland State University
Master of Public Administration from California State University, Long Beach
B.A. in Political Science from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

CV/VITAE: Coxe Vitae

Classes Taught:

Graduate

  • Public Policy and Economics (PPAM 6302) UTB Fall 2009
  • Public Budgeting and Finance (PPAM 6303) UTB, Spring 2009 and Spring 2010
  • Nonprofit Policy and Management (PPAM 6360), UTB, Fall 2008 and Fall 2010
  • Administrative Process (POLS 612) Spring 2006, Fort Hays State University (distance)
  • Policy Analysis (POLS 611), Fall 2005 Fort Hays State University (distance)
  • Public Private Partnerships (PUAD 5348) Spring 2005, Texas Tech University
  • Nonprofit Theory and Management (PUAD 5335) Spring 2005 Texas Tech University
  • Research Methods for Public Administration (PUAD 5348) Fall 2004, Texas Tech University
  • Public Policy Theory and Process (PUAD 5341), Fall 2004, Texas Tech University
  • Public Policy and Aging (PADM 6150) Spring 2004, East Carolina University
  • Computer Applications for Public Administration (PADM 6360) Fall 2003, East Carolina University

Undergraduate
  • American Public Policy (GOVT 4374) UTB Summer 2010
  • Foundations of Public Service (GOVT 3023) UTB Spring 2010
  • Research Methods (GOVT 3331) UTB, Fall 2009
  • Issues in Public Planning (GOVT 4312) UTB, Spring 2009
  • Public Personnel Administration (GOVT 4365) UTB, Spring 2009
  • American and Texas Government (GOVT 2031) UTB, Fall 2008, Summer and Fall 2009; Spring and Fall 2010
  • American Government and Policy (GOVT 2032) UTB, Fall 2008
  • Political Science Seminar (POL 495), Fall 2007, Randolph College
  • Introduction to Public Policy (POL 285), Fall 2006, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and (POL 251) Fall 2007, Randolph College
  • The American Political System (POL 101), Fall 2006 and Spring 2007, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College; Fall 2007, Randolph College
  • Topics in Public Policy: Nonprofits (POL 252), Spring 2007, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and Spring 2008, Randolph College
  • Introduction to Public Administration (POL 254), Spring 2007, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and Spring 2008, Randolph College
  • Political Research (POL 231) Fall 2006, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and Spring 2008, Randolph College
  • American Government (POLS 101), Fall 2005 and Spring 2006, Fort Hays State University (two sections each semester, one on-campus and one distance)
  • Introduction to Public Administration (POLS 310), Fall 2005 and Spring 2006, Fort Hays State University
  • Government Fiscal Administration (POLS 3253), Spring 2004, East Carolina University
  • Computer Applications for Political Science (POLS 2000), Fall 2003 and Spring 2004, East Carolina University

 

Joined UTB:

Fall 2008

Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

Public Administration and Policy of Aging and Health Care
Public Budgeting and Finance
Research Methods

Previous Experience:

 

  • Assistant Professor of Political Science, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College/Randolph College, Fall 2006 through Spring 2008
  • Visiting Professor of Political Science, Fort Hays State University, Fall 2005 through Spring 2006
  • Visiting Professor of Public Administration, Texas Tech University, Fall 2004 through Spring 2005
  • Visiting Professor of Political Science, East Carolina University, Fall 2003 through Spring 2004
  • National Institute on Aging (through National Institutes of Health) Post-Doctoral Fellow in Gerontology, University of Minnesota, 2000 - 2002

 

 

Office: 

       

 

M0 Bldg. 
             Room: M1.126F 
      Phone:

(956) 882-8259


Fax:

(956) 882-8893


leland.coxe@utb.edu

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