Valencia College (Orlando, Florida)
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive revision of the structure, functions and rules of state and local governments, within the frame of a federal system. The final goal is to address contemporary problems and the responses associated with state and local government competencies, contributing to the understanding of policy-making in a federal system and the relationship with other levels of government. This course will be taught in a learning-centered format
This course is designed to provide students with the fundamentals necessary to analyze the United States government through its structure, functions, evolution, constitutional basis, and theoretical principles. The course heavily relies in the identification and analysis of current affairs involving the U.S. government. This course will be taught in a learning-centered format.
This course will provide you with the opportunity to engage in the analysis of world politics with the supporting background of a variety of disciplines from the social sciences, ranging from History, Economy, International Relations to Sociology, based on the social scientific study of international politics. This course will require a significant theoretical approach to identify relevant actors, and their behavior in the international arena.