Current Courses

Spring 2022

Please note: Student feedback is only available for courses prior to Spring 2021

Fall 2021

  • POLS 3200-001
    Intro Law And Politics
    Location: LNCO 1100 (LNCO 1100)
  • POLS 5211-001
    Constitutional Law
    Location: SFEBB 130 (SFEBB 130)

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Courses I Teach

  • POLS 3200 - Introduction to Law and Politics
    Introduction to law as a means of social ordering, social and political functions of civil and criminal law, organization and functions of courts and the legal profession.
  • POLS 5211 - Constitutional Law
    Examination of the U.S. Constitution as interpreted by the Supreme Court. Constitutional principles governing war, foreign relations, commerce, judicial review, congressional and presidential powers, economic liberties, and federal-state relations.
  • POLS 5212 - Civil Rights and Liberties
    Examination of the U.S. Constitution as interpreted by the Supreme Court. Constitutional principles governing discrimination of the basis of race, gender, other protected statuses, privacy rights, voting rights, and freedom of speech, press, religion, and association.