Curriculum

Constitutional Law

Credits: 5.00
Faculty: William Araiza, Brad Snyder, Emily Berman, Joel Gora, Nelson Tebbe, Susan Herman, William Hellerstein

This course presents an introduction to the historical background, content, and meaning of the United States Constitution. The course focuses on such issues as: the origins and scope of judicial review; intergovernmental relations; separation of powers among the legislative, judicial, and executive branches; powers of the President; basic principles of individual rights and equal protection; due process; and state and federal regulatory powers.

Grading and Method of Evaluation

Letter grade only. Final exam.