PO 320 American Foreign Policy
F1T 2009 DL
Pasley, James F.
Associate Professor of Political Science
Ph.D. Political Science
Textbook: American Foreign Policy and Process
Required • Edition: 5TH 10 • McCormick, James
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Core Assessment: Final Exam
Discussion Board (8 @ 5 pts) = 40
Assignments (4 @ 20 pts) = 80
Paper (1 @ 80 pts) = 80
Exams (2 @ 100 pts) = 200
Total points available 400.
400 – 360 = A
359 – 320 = B
319 – 280 = C
279 – 240 = D
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1 McCormick 1 & 2
2 Assignment 1; McCormick 3 & 4
3 Assignment 2; McCormick 5 & 6
4 EXAM 1; McCormick 7
5 Assignment 3; McCormick 8 & 9
6 Assignment 4; McCormick 9 & 10
7 Paper; McCormick 11 & 12
8 McCormick 13; FINAL EXAM
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