GOVT2306: AMERICAN STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Govt. 2306 Internet course offers students another option for taking American, State, and Local Government besides the traditional on-campus classroom method. This three-hour Internet course covers the same material and uses the same textbook as the on-campus course. All course work is conducted online. The course consists of regular reading assignments from the text, written graded assignments submitted online, examinations taken online, and active participation in assigned online discussions.
Texas Government: Policy & Politics; Tenth Edition; Neal Tannahill; Pearson Longman Publishing;
Access to the Internet and ability to send and receive email is essential to course participation. Software capable of processing documents, like Microsoft Word, is required, as well as Microsoft Excel for working with spreadsheet data. The exchange of documents between student to instructor, instructor to student and student to student is an integral part of the conduct in an online course. Online course material is often in portable document format (PDF). Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to open PDF content. If you do not have an Adobe Reader installed on your computer, click here to download a free viewer. Online lectures and other instructional materials are often in Power Point (PPT) format. If you do not have Microsoft Power Point you will be unable to open PPT content. Click here to download a free Power Point viewer.
Sample Syllabus 1 (PDF)
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