POLS 346: Constitutional Law

Examines the historic foundations of the American legal system and its existing structural framework. Examines case law associated with defining federalism, democracy, and capitalism under the American Constitution. Examines case law associated with civil rights and civil liberties under the American Constitution. Students will learn how to write case briefs, a key skill for anyone considering law school.

Prerequisite: POLS 121 or consent of the instructor. (D-D) (Subfield Designation: US) (A.R.T.S Designation: A)

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