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POLS 110

American National Government

This course will serves as an introduction to the American political system. The three branches of the national government and the roles of political parties, elections, public opinion, interest groups, and other political actors will be addressed. Each version of the course will use a different lens to study American National Government: POLS 110A American National Government; POLS 110B American Government: The Political System Today; POLS 110C American National Government: Race and Privilege; POLS 110D American National Government: The Data; POLS 110E American National Government: The Power of Individuals. Only one POLS 110 course may be counted toward degree and major requirements. POLS 110C may count toward the Privilege, Power and Diversity requirement.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Social Science May not be repeated for credit. 1 course

Fall Semester information

Emmitt Riley

110AA: American National Govt


Emmitt Riley

110AB: American National Govt


Bruce Stinebrickner

110BA: AmGovt:Pol System Today


Bruce Stinebrickner

110BB: AmGovt:Pol System Today


Spring Semester information

Emmitt Riley

110AA: American National Govt


Emmitt Riley

110AB: American National Govt


Fall Semester information

Staff

110AA: American National Govt


Staff

110AB: American National Govt


Bruce Stinebrickner

110BA: AmGovt:Pol System Today


Bruce Stinebrickner

110BB: AmGovt:Pol System Today


Clarissa Peterson

110CA: AmGovt:Race&Privilege


Spring Semester information

Staff

110AA: American National Govt


Staff

110AB: American National Govt