Amer Gov 2-Policy Making (PLSC 122)
Careful examination of the institutions of American national government and its policies. How the legislative, executive, and judicial branches work with--and against--each other to shape public policy. Explores the labyrinth of the bureaucracy. The complex interactions of these political structures are illustrated with current events. Considerable time is given to the resulting policies on the budget, the economy, technology, health care, welfare, military, foreign relations, and issues of gender and equality. This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awareness Foundations and Race/Ethnicity/GenderIssues. Typically Offered Fall, Spring, Summer
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