The American Presidency

  • SOC-968
  • 3  Credits
  • Correspondence
  • 4.89 out of 5 stars

Explore the development of the American Presidency from its Constitutional beginnings in 1787 through the development of political parties, primary elections and modern media-centered campaigning. Discover who the key individuals were and their strengths, weaknesses and contributions to the office that have helped make the presidency the most powerful political position in the world. Course requirements include practical application to classroom settings. Course content and assignments based on national standards for history and social studies.

NOTE: Required textbook must be purchased separately.

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