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PO 330 American Citizenship 3 Cr.

Using the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as a foundation, this course examines what it means to be a citizen of the United States. The course addresses such questions as: What are citizens entitled to and what do they owe the state and each other? Is there an obligation to obey political authority? Is there ever an obligation to disobey authority? An important consideration is the role of the military in American political life and in particular, the relationship between the military ethic and republican values. Prerequisite: PO 105, C or higher.

Political Science

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofliberalarts/politicalscience/

Associate Professors Michael Andrew, Jason Jagemann, and Yangmo Ku; Assistant Professor Michael Thunberg.

Studies in War and Peace

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofliberalarts/warandpeace/

...PO 305 , PO 310 , PO 330 , PO 333 , PO 340 , PO 348 , PO 405 , PO...

Criminal Justice

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http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofliberalarts/criminaljustice/

...taking PO 324 in Spring) 3 PO 324...306 , CJ 320 , CJ 330 , CJ 425 , CJ...