||Priority enrollment is given to Political Science and Social Science Applied Track (BASS) majors on the neighbor islands. Any remaining seats will open to all students on May 19, 9am.
||Pre: ENG 100; ENG 200 recommended.
||This course offers an in-depth understanding of the basic values and institutions of American government. The course includes a dialogue between indigenous (native) American and European sources. The focus is on the values of democracy; freedom; individualism; social responsibility; and the institutions of republicanism: the separation of powers; checks and balances; and the free market. The course also provides opportunities to integrate personal experiences with a demonstration of students’ understanding of a variety of contemporary political issues.
||Books may be purchased at the West Oahu bookstore or ordered online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/westoahu.
||This is an internet class. No required chats. Access the class through https://laulima.hawaii.edu. Use your UH username and password to login. Computer requirements for online courses and Laulima tutorials are available at http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/academics/distance-learning/online-student-tutorials/
||Monday, April 7, 2014 11:17:04