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POLS 3304. The Executive. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

The study of the organization of executive power in American national, state, and local systems. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of the structure and functions of the Presidency of the United States and national, state, and local bureaucracies, and the role of parties, legislatures, courts, interest groups, and other participants in the executive process. Prerequisites: GOVT 2305, 2306.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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...POLS 4315 Foreign Policy POLS 4316 Conflict Studies POLS 4317 Peace Studies Religion: RELI 3304...

Management

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...International Politics POLS 3314 Comparative Politics POLS 3320 Terrorism and Political Violence PHIL 3304 World...

Social Sciences

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...and Politics POLS 3304 The Executive POLS 3305 Legislation POLS 3309 The Judiciary POLS 3307...

Wildlife, Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences

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...Adventure POLS 3301 Political Economy of Globalization POLS 3308 [ WI ] International Politics PHIL 3304 World...