Public Law

POSC-370. Civil Liberties I
(3 credits)

The conceptual basis of the status of the individual and personal rights as discussed and elaborated upon in the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. The case law approach is used. Prerequisite: Sophomores or above. (ATTR: AMSB, ARTS)

POSC-372. Civil Liberties II
(3 credits)

The practical basis of the status of the individual and personal rights as discussed and elaborated upon in the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. The case law approach is used. PS-370 is not a prerequisite for PS-372. Prerequisite: Sophomores or above. (ATTR: AMSB, ARTS)

POSC-374. Introduction to Criminal Law
(3 credits)

The study of crimes, e.g., murder, manslaughter, conspiracy, accomplice liability, burglary, theft. The case law approach is used. Prerequisite: Sophomores or above. (ATTR: ARTS)

POSC-376. The Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments
(3 credits)

The study of Supreme Court decisions affecting the rights of the criminally accused under the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the Bill of Rights. The case law approach is used. Prerequisite: Sophomores or above. (ATTR: ARTS)

POSC-378. International Law
(3 credits)

The materials dealt with in this course are case analyses of international practice problems and how they reflect upon our domestic legal system. Prerequisite: Juniors or above. (ATTR: ARTS, GSSS, ISP)