Advanced Placement Government and Politics: Comparative

Comparative Government is a college freshman survey course that provides well-motivated students a conceptual knowledge of global issues by assessing six different political systems. The course illustrates the variety of political life, availability of institutional alternatives. It also explains the differences in processes and policy outcomes and communicates to the students the importance if global political and economics changes. Students are expected to do at least 1 hour of homework every night as well as reading independently and motivation themselves to do well on the AP exam. This course, if taken with AP U.S. Government and Politics: United States, fulfills the social studies requirements for U.S. and Colorado Government in 11th grade. This course is a springboard for further college courses in International Relations, Public Relations, and International Business.

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Course Duration
1 Semester
Course Credit
.5 AP Credit
This course needs to be taken 2nd Semester and AP Government and Politics: United Stated 1st Semester.
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