his501 | Graduate
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Historical and Philosophical Roots of the United States Constitution
- Describe the ideas and events that led to the development of the United States Constitution.
- Summarize the impact of the Articles of Confederation on the United States Constitution.
The Judiciary, the Presidency, and Congress
- Define the concepts of judicial review and judicial power.
- Analyze the power of the executive branch
- Analyze the power of the legislative branch.
- Describe the process to amend the constitution.
Amendments and Contemporary Issues
- Identify constitutional laws that affect education.
- Explain the importance of the United States Constitution as an evolving and viable document.
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