POL-101 American Government

This course is the study of the American national political system and the uses, options, patterns, and limitations of public power. The course examines the theoretical roots of government, the American adaptation of the Western political tradition, the Constitution, decision making structures, the role of the people in government, political parties, lobbies and civil rights. Current policies and problems are analyzed and discussed. >General Education Course. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Syllabus for this course.