Course Description : This course explores contemporary and historical American political activity through the study of key Western European and American ideas, theories, ideologies and philosophies. Original writings and commentaries serve as the primary course source material. Diverse areas of study are examined, including democratic theory, constitutional principles, domestic and international policy, and economic and religious thinking, as the value-based architecture of the historical and ongoing American Political and Governmental Experience.
Department Description : History and Social Science
POS-121, Introductory Government and Politics and/or faculty recommendation. In accordance with the Honors Criteria, a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher after the completion of 12 college credits and completion of all developmental coursework, or specific waiver of same via faculty nomination.