POL 304 Constitutional Law and Procedures

The focus of this course is the interaction, strengths, and weaknesses of the U.S. federal government. The course includes a study of selected Supreme Court cases which have clarified the roles of government and police power. It also includes a description of the U.S. federal system contained in the Constitution as amended formally and through legislation, the institutions which make up the vertical and horizontal separations of powers, the role of interest groups and elections in the society, and the concept of civil rights and equality as opposed to freedoms in the culture.



Cross Listed Courses

LES 304, CRJ 304


POL 300 and ENG 122