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American Studies (AMER)
Council of Christian Colleges and Universities

AMER 4202   Foundations For Policy Analysis And Public Involvement I & II
The purpose of this course is to help a student understand the theological and cultural context of American politics. A student will discuss and evaluate reasons for political involvement and the evolution of American political institutions. A student will be introduced to public policy analysis.

This AMER course is only offered through the American Studies Program of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Class 2.

AMER 4403   Seminar: Domestic Policy Issues
This course will focus on the study of a U. S. domestic policy. It will introduce various perspectives on social and political activism.

This AMER course is only offered through the American Studies Program of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Class 3.

AMER 4503   Seminar: International Policy Issues
This course will analyze a major international policy issue. A student will study efforts at reconciliation and peacemaking.

This AMER course is only offered through the American Studies Program of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Class 3.

AMER 4928   Internship
A student will be expected to work a minimum of 20 hours a week in an approved intern position. Each intern will be evaluated by an American Studies Program faculty member, the immediate supervisor, and on the basis of written work submitted.

This AMER course is only offered through the American Studies Program of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Class 8.