History & Political Science
136 Humanities & Social Sciences
Rolla, MO 65409
National, state and local government in the United States with special emphasis on political behavior and the institutions that determine and execute public policy. Topics include basic structure of American government, (i.e., democracy, the Constitution, the branches of government), as well as citizenship, parties, pressure groups and American economic policy. The course views government in its relation to its people, its services and protection.
Time/Day: 12:40 PM - 02:40 PM MTWRF
Course Component(s): Lecture
For live class lectures, you will log in using the Zoom UM System link in Canvas. For accessing class recordings, you will need to contact your instructor directly.
|Campus||Delivery Mode||Class Status||Class Nbr||Section|
|Main Missouri S&T Campus||Online||OPEN||70012||101|
|Course Access Information|
|Learning Management System||Canvas|