[POLS 110] U.S. Federal Government and Politics


Introduction to U.S. government and politics at the national and state levels. Provides background on guiding principles, constitutional guarantees, the federal system, major institutions, and mechanisms that link citizens to officials. Covers both federal and state levels and their interaction in topics such as elections and political executives, which include the president and governors. Illustrative use of public policy materials, especially health policy, as well as current events and issues. Serves as a basic course for any student wishing to gain a foundation in U.S. politics and as the prerequisite for many courses in the American politics subfield.

Course Title

U.S. Federal Government and Politics

Course Code

POLS 110

Units

1

Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements

3B

Frequency

Offered each semester.

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