USU1300 - U.S. Institutions, Fall 2007

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Professor Craig Petersen

University Studies
Utah State University

Course Structure: Fifty minute classes - three times a week

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Course Description

The organizing theme used to provide continuity for this course is the U.S. Constitution--its origins, its evolution, and its impact in today's world. Using the Constitution as a focal point, students will gain an understanding of basic governmental and economic principles and institutions in the United States. The course will also include extensive discussion of current events.

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