2107/2108 Government - National, State, and Local (NSL) A/B0.5 credit per semester
Students learn the purposes, structure, functions, and workings of government; rights and responsibilities of citizens; and change processes that keep American governments workable. In Semester B, students learn economic principles, fiscal/monetary policy of the United States, principles of foreign policy and application to contemporary situations, and the role of government in making public policy in areas such as environment, health, and equity. This course satisfies the NSL Government graduation requirement.
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