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The Introduction to Political Science course deals with the fundamental principles of political science by amalgamating the historical study or related literature review with recent analysis. The basic principles of politics or how we define politics will be discussed in the course. You will learn how politics have changed over the ages.

Then, the course analyses the participation of citizens in their governments, the ideologies of the state and its citizens, the concepts of states, and political institutions. Finally, the course provides a general overview of the international politics.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Saylor Academy

Course Curriculum

Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s tony Weik, “Diplomacy is…” 1/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Alex Ross, “Diplomacy is…” 2/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Suzanne Hall, “Diplomacy is…” 3/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Greta Holz, “Diplomacy is…” 4/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Donald Cooke, “Diplomacy is…” 5/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, “Diplomacy is…” 6/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Thomas Graham, “Diplomacy is…” 7/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Erin Harbaugh, “Diplomacy is…” 8/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Janice Jacobs,”Diplomacy is…” 9/10 00:03:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: U.S. Department of State’s Raja Jandhyala, “‘Diplomacy is…'” 10/10 00:04:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: C-spanvideo.org’s “Q&A with Mark Levin” 00:57:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: C-Spanvideo.org’s “Neoconservatism” 01:01:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: Ian Shapiro’s “Democracy and Majority Rule (I)” 00:51:00
Saylor.org POLSC101: Ian Shapiro’s “Democracy and Majority Rule (II)” 00:52:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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