PSCI 203 Syllabus Winter 2017 (1) - COURSE SYLLABUS Course...

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COURSE SYLLABUS Course Information Course: Political Science 203, American Government Instructor: Corey Gustafson Term: Winter 2017 Email: [email protected] Office: FO 210 Syllabi, Handouts: blackboard.csusb.edu Office Hours: TBA and by appointment Services to Students with Disabilities If you are in need of an accommodation for a disability in order to participate in this class, please let me know ASAP and also contact Services to Students with Disabilities at UH-183, (909)537-5238. University Policies The student is responsible for knowledge of General Regulations and Procedures, which can be found in the CSUSB Bulletin of Courses. Political Science Department Learning Goals Goal 1: Students will be able to evaluate the institutions of politics. Goal 2: Students will be able to evaluate the theories of politics. Goal 3: Students will be able to evaluate the policies of politics. Goal 4: Students will have experience as active participants in politics and/or academic organizations within the discipline of political science. Goal 5: Students will obtain effective written communication skills. Course Goals Students will analyze the fundamental features of the American national government and California state government. The students will understand the political conditions surrounding the founding of the United States, the major institutions that arose from that founding, and the overall nature of the American political system.
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  • Winter '15
  • Lindsay Eberhardt
  • Government, american government, Federal government of the United States

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