POL-106 Themes in U.S. History [Modern American Presidency]

This course is an analytical and historical examination of the development of the office and powers of the modern American presidency. Emphasis is placed on studying the roles of the president as described in the Constitution, the relationship of the executive with the other branches of government, presidential views of the office, the presidential election system, and presidential character and personality. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Syllabus for this course.