405 Problems in American Diplomacy (3) Growth and development of American foreign relation from the Revolution to the present. Analysis of the conduct of foreign relation, its objectives and limitations. 406 Legislation (3) The mechanical rules, procedures and customs in the making of laws in American government. Offered alternate years. 407 International Organization (3) The historical, objectives, structure, functions and politics involved in the United Nations. Offered alternate years. 410 American Constitutional Law (3) An examination of the principles of the American constitutional system looking pri­ marily at U.S. Supreme Court decisions and the historical development of constitutional law. Attention also given to the judicial branch and its role in American govern­ ment and politics, particularly its continuing interpretation of the U.S. Constitution as the framework for American democracy. 470 Public Administration Research and Writing (3) Research and writing for public adminis­ tration majors. Special studies in public ad­ ministration for majors utilizing the tech­ niques of problem-solving, research and ef­ fective communication and writing. Prerequisite: 301. 480 Studies in Political Science (1-8) Specialized study in political science in such areas as American government, the U.S. Constitution, legislation, state and local government, foreign affairs, international relations, political theory, comparative gov­ ernments, the American presidency, the cit­ izen and the law, political parties, law and public administration. May be repeated with different section title for a maximum of eight units. 485 Public Law (3) Function of law in protecting the public's interest in preserving the environment. Environmental laws, administrative action, freedom of information, air and water quali­ ty, noise pollution, solid waste, pesticides, land use, zoning, energy and agency deci­ sion making. Prerequisite: Business 361. Junior or senior standing.

486 Personnel and Human Resources Management (3) Government personnel systems, merit concepts, classification, compensation, training, examinations, organizations, labor relations and collective bargaining. Prerequisites: 200, 301, 485. 488 Internship and Research Project (8) Provides an opportunity to complete an internship and a research project in a public agency. Project consists of identification and analysis, with guidance, of a chosen area in public organization. 490 Internship in Political Science (1-8) In-service training and internship experi­ ence in various government and non-gov­ ernment agencies and organizations. May be repeated with different section title for a maximum of eight units.

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