Fight for Your Rights: Courts and Constitutions

Winter 2022
Olympia
Evening and Weekend
Graduate Only
Class Size: 15
4 Credits per quarter
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This course examines the ways in which the U.S. Court system and the Constitution shapes public administration. Students will explore the dynamic relationship between the federal judiciary and civil servants. Students will also gain a better understanding of their rights as individuals interacting with public administration. This course will instill in students the non-technical constitutional competence required to function effectively in modern administrative agencies. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the core areas of administrative law and explain how they apply to public administration 
  2. Develop a foundational understanding of how the federal judiciary influences public administration agencies processes
  3. Analyze the way constitutional rights, for both bureaucrats and individuals, have changed over time

Skill Objectives 

  1. Improve analytical and formal writing skills 
  2. Practice research skills 
  3. Practice presentation skills 

Registration

Winter 2022 Registration

Course Reference Numbers

GR (4): 20258

Academic details

Credits
4
Maximum Enrollment
15
Class Standing
Graduate

Schedule

Time Offered
Evening and Weekend
Advertised Schedule

Fri Jan 28, 6 -10p, Sat - Sun Jan 29 -30, 9a -5p, Fri Feb 18, 6 - 10p, Sat - Sun Feb 19 - 20, 9a -5p

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First Meeting

Remote/Online
Location
Olympia