Introduction to Political Science 230 (3 Units)
This course covers justice, human nature and political action. This political science course compels students to question what justice is and justice is not while examining the characteristics of people, their make up and their hopes. Students are able to question and whether or not we all want the same things for our lives and how political ideals should be pursued. Students examine theorists—what they are up to and how they express themselves and their views; whom they are addressing and how they can be interpreted. From a metaphysical perspective students will compose a speech articulating their passions. They will additionally read speech(es) of other students or political figures and translate/comment on what they think the author of such speech was attempting to project. By the end of this course students would have learned how to analyze, compose, and lead.