PO 100 American Politics and Citizenship
S1J 2007 IN
James, Ray S.
Graduate Affiliate Faculty, Hauptmann School of Public Affairs & Adjunct Instructor
B.A., Westminstger College, Fulton, Mo. 1963M.P.A., University of MissouriChancellor's Certificate in Public Administration,University of Missouri at St. Louis
January 18 through March 8th, 2007
5:30 - 9:50 PM
The U.S. Constitution and Fascinating Facts About It, Terry Jordan ISBN 1-891743-00-7
Constitution, State of Missouri, Published by the Secretary of State (To be distributed in Class)
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Rubric (final) Project
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Mid-Term Examination= 100 70-79%= C
Final (Rubric) Project= 100 60-69%= D
Presentation of Project= 50
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