POS 110 * ( POS 1110) American National Government (3)
A study of the political system of the United States with emphasis on constitutional development, political culture, voting, political parties, campaigns and elections, interest groups, public opinion, and the three branches of the national government. Designed to increase the student's awareness and understanding of the political process of the impact of race, gender and ethnicity upon the political process and of the citizen's role within that process. Fulfills the federal Constitution requirement for Arizona Teaching Certification.
3 hours lecture.