|Course Title||THE U.S. CONSTITUTION|
|Session||SPRING SAN DIEGO CAMPUS|
|Full Title||American Institutions|
|Description||Principles inherent to the constitutional framework in the United States, the controversies accompanying those principles, and the political institutions that have developed under them. Meets the graduation requirement in the United States Constitution and California state and local government. When taken with Political Science 305, 321 or 422, will also satisfy graduation requirements in American Institutions.|
|General Text||Elective Courses.|
Distance education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
More than 50% of the online coursework provided through direct faculty instruction and academic activities at the times and days listed in the Class Schedule, with additional time slots for office hours. Please see syllabus for details.
This section has a zero-cost course materials (ZCCM) designation and exclusively uses digital course materials that are free of charge and may have an optional low-cost print version or there are no course materials required. The ZCCM designation may change if a new faculty member is assigned or other course materials are added.
Required materials for this course: Webcam and microphone.