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Political Science 101 American Politics Professor Lowry Fall 2011 Office: Seigle 243 Lectures: M & W 11-12 Office Hours: Wednesdays 2-4 Discussion Sections: W, Th, or F Description This course considers the basic aspects of American politics and government: foundations, participation, and institutions. The format of the course typically consists of two lectures each week (Mondays and Wednesdays 11-12) and a discussion section once a week. Requirements Students are expected to keep up with the readings. Lectures will complement, but not replicate, the readings and students will be responsible for material in both. Further, material in the course is made relevant to current events. Therefore, students should keep up with the news. Attendance and participation in discussion sections is mandatory. Your grade will be determined by three exams (the first two worth 100 points each and the third worth 150) and participation in discussion sections (50 points). The dates for the exams are listed on the syllabus. Please note those dates so that you don’t end up with scheduling conflicts.
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