Mar 24, 2023  
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PSCI 347 - U.S. Congress

4 Credit(s)
This course provides an in-depth look at how Congress really works and at the power and structure of the Executive branch. This will include discussion regarding how elections, media, lobbyists, and personal and professional relationships influence legislation and Congressional powers, as well as Congress’s relationship with the President, and the President’s ability to enact his agenda. Students will be evaluated on the basis of written assignments, examinations, and class discussion. Lecture and discussion.

Prerequisite(s): Completed the Behavioral and Social Sciences, History, Humanities: Literary and Artistic Studies, and WRIT 101    General Education requirements; or c/i”  
(on demand)



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