GOVT2305: AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
A survey of the political system of the United States including: the United States Constitution, the three branches of government, political theory, political parties, interest groups and the media. This course is required for graduation and teacher certification.
Dautrich and Yalof. American Government: Historical, Popular, Global Perspectives, 1st ed. McGraw Hill.
The purpose of this course is to learn about American National government and not to simply pass exams. Students should anticipate spending several hours per week reading assigned textbook chapters and the associated material in ANGEL, posting comments to Discussion Boards, and composing topic papers. A schedule is included in the course syllabus. It will also be posted in the course announcements in ANGEL. Students must adhere to the schedule and complete all assignments as instructed.
Sample Syllabus (PDF)