[POLS 225] U.S. Constitutional Law


An introduction to the study of law and the judicial process, with special emphasis on legal questions pertaining to the judicial, legislative, and executive powers in the federal government, as well as intergovernmental relations; federalism; economic and substantive due process; equal protection as it pertains to race and gender; freedom of speech; and freedom of religion. Emphasis on critical analysis of Supreme Court cases, class discussion, and crafting original legal arguments for a moot court exercise.

Course Title

U.S. Constitutional Law

Course Code

POLS 225

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

Frequency

Offered each year.
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