SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: PSCI 102-701
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 15 (Capacity: 25)
Online Study (Asynchronous)
Study online anytime; no mandatory meeting time
Introduction to the national system of government and politics, this course describes, analyzes and explains the political process in America as it relates to the national government. Study includes the founding process, federalism, the legislative, executive and judicial branches, the operation of parties and elections, the role of law and the courts in rights and liberties, and the process of creating both domestic and foreign policy. The course seeks to give students an understanding of the way behavior of the President, Congressional members, Supreme Court justices and ordinary citizens influences formulation of governmental policies.
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