SPC GOVT 2301 - Study Guide (5 pages)

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South Plains College
Course:
Govt 2301 - American Gov't, Org

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Government 2301 Internet McGee Common Course Syllabus DEPARTMENT Social Science DISCIPLINE Government COURSE NUMBER Government 2301 COURSE TITLE American Government Organization CREDIT 3 Lecture 0 Lab Satisfies a core curriculum requirement Yes Social Science and ALL Undergraduate Degrees PREREQUISITES TSI compliance in Reading AVAILABLE FORMATS Traditional INET ITV CAMPUS Levelland Reese ATC Plainview TEXTBOOK Varies according to instructor but for ALL dual credit classes American Government Roots and Reform Texas Edition O Connor Pearson ISBN 0 205 53823 6 2009 edition COURSE SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS Each instructor will attach his her course with specific instructions COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is a survey of fundamental principles of political science including the American system of government and the origins and development of the constitutions of the United States and Texas This course satisfies the Legislative requirements for teacher certification COURSE PURPOSE To acquaint students with the specifics of the development of the Texas and U S Constitutions and the party systems of the nation and state The primary goal is to promote critical thinking in understanding of the operation of the US and Texas governments Fundamentally the course promotes general understanding of a body of knowledge any literate person should possess about the government of his or her own country COURSE REQUIREMENTS To maximize a student s potential to complete this course he she should attend all class meetings complete all homework assignments and examinations in a timely manner and complete all other projects or papers as assigned in the instructor s specific instructions COURSE EVALUATION See the instructor s course information sheet for specific items used in evaluating student performance ATTENDANCE POLICY Whenever absences become excessive and in the instructor s opinion minimum course objectives cannot be met due to absences the student will be withdrawn from the course Each



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