Modern US Presidency and the Legislative Process

Course Number: 
HHS 371
An exploration of the modern American political experience from the turn of the twentieth century to the present.  This course examines the historical significance of the American policymaking process.  Discussions center on presidential administrations, Congress and political parties addressing domestic agendas and policies.  Highlighted eras promoting government activism include Progressivism, New Dealism, Great Society measures and recent political proposals.
Credit Hours: 
3.00
Lecture Hours: 
3.00
Study Hours: 
3.00