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    Jun 22, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This teacher is not your normal community college teacher. If you are looking for an easy class for easy credits, this is not the teacher for you. However, when I took this course, I was in the middle of regaining my academic ambition anf pulling myself out of a rut. This teacher helped push me into becoming a whole new person I had never seen before. He took a community college course and taught it like a university course. Helping me adapt to the situation, become ambitious in learning, and helped mold my time management skills all by teaching the subject he loved.

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    Some major highlights is the relationship international relations in political science has with philosophy and history. It taught me that history repeats itself and defines the type of political animals that exist within the world. It defines the characteristics of each philosophical viewpoint and shows the evolution of each philosophy with the times. It helps understand the viewpoints of people, politics, government, and states as a whole.

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    9-11 hours

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    If you are not serious about your education then I would not recommend it. This teacher does not tolerate immaturity and attitude. However, he is fun, interactive, and takes what most would consider not the most entertaining information and makes it exciting. He also wants to help you develop as an adult which can be beneficial if you are in that place.

    • Spring 2013
    • Steven A. Pfeffer
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