An online, self-study course in American Government and Politics designed to benefit (1) the general reader interested in politics, government, law, and public affairs, (2) the advanced high school student enrolled in or planning to enroll in an American Government, Advanced Civics, Modern Problems, Problems of Democracy, or Political Science course, and (3) the university or college student enrolled in or planning to enroll in a Po- litical Science or International Relations course or in a History, Geography, Sociology, Economics, or Business course with substantial political content. Political Science 201H covers (1) basic political concepts and processes, (2) the essential characteristics of constitutional democracy, (3) a comparison between constitutional democracy and non-constitutional, non-democratic governmental systems, (4) a comparison between the American and British systems of constitutional democracy, (5) the origins and principal features of the American governmental system, (6) American politics and political processes, and (7) the major organs, powers, and functions of the U.S. national government.
An online, self-study course designed to benefit the undergraduate college or university student enrolled in an introductory course in American National Government, American National Politics, or the American Political System and wishing to earn a high grade in the course. Political Science 201B covers (1) the origins, development, and distinguishing characteristics of the American constitutional system, (2) the basic rights and liberties of Americans under the United States Constitution, (3) political processes in the U.S.A., and (4) the legislative, executive, and judicial policymaking institutions in the U.S. national government.
Political Science - Government - Politics - Political Systems
American Government - American Political System
American System of Government
Politics & Government in the U.S.A.
American National Government & Politics