American National Government - GOVT105
Business Administration Career - Management Option
Subject Area(s): History, Humanities, Interdisciplinary/General Studies
Credential(s): Associate's Degree
This course examines the government and politics of the United States. Major attention is given to the Constitution of the United States and the Amendments and the historical development of the national government. The powers and the actions of Congress, the President, and the Courts are covered. Consideration is given to federalism, political parties and elections, and the influence of special interest groups and the media on American political culture. This course emphasizes reading, writing, and critical thinking. Prerequisites: ENGL 092 Preparing for College Reading II and ENGL 099 Introductory Writing, waiver by placement testing results, or departmental approval.
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American National Government Online Offerings
|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
American National Government Associated Programs
|Program ID||Name||Subject Area(s)||Percent Online|
|BAC-AS||Business Administration Career - Management Option||Business, Management, Marketing||100|
|BACM-AS||Business Administration Career - Marketing Option||Business, Management, Marketing||100|
|BACS-AS||Business Administration Career - Supervisory Management Option||Business, Management, Marketing||100|
|CJCR-AS||Criminal Justice - Career Option||Criminal Justice, Legal, Sociology, Social Work, Interdisciplinary/General Studies||100|
|LTSS-AA||Liberal Arts Transfer – Social Science Option||Humanities, Sociology, Social Work, Interdisciplinary/General Studies||100|
|LAS-AS||Liberal Arts Studies||Humanities, Sociology, Social Work, Interdisciplinary/General Studies||95|
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