CHRISTOPHER MARK KRZEMINSKI

CHRISTOPHER MARK KRZEMINSKI portrait
  • Instructor, Political Science Department
  • Graduate Assistant (E), Political Science Department
  • Doctoral Student, Political Science Department

Teaching

Current Courses

Spring 2017

  • POLS 110-002 US National Govt
  • POLS 1100-001 US National Govt (Student Feedback)
    Location: ST 208 (William Stewart Bldg)

Courses I Teach

  • POLS 1100 - U.S. National Government.
    This course is designed to help you become acquainted with the foundations, institutions, politics, history, and policies of the United States governmental system with a focus at the national level. The objective of this course is to provide each student with an understanding of how the U.S. governmental system works and to provide each student with the confidence and skills needed to engage in educated and meaningful political analysis and political decisions. Together we will raise questions about the American political process, analyze the problems and issues facing government, and engage in discussions about assigned readings and current events. Most importantly we are concerned with explaining the current state of American government and politics.
  • POLS 3300 - Introduction to Public Administration.
    This course is designed to help you become acquainted with the foundations, institutions, ethics, history, and practices of American public administration. The purpose of this course is to provide each student with an understanding of how American public administration works and to provide each student with the confidence and skills needed to engage in educated and meaningful analysis and decision making as public administrators. Together we will raise questions about the American political and governing process, analyze the problems and issues facing government, and engage in discussions about assigned readings and current events.