PS01503 - Civics A 04161
Course DescriptionA citizen is a person who is legally recognized by a state and entitled to the state’s rights and privileges. Civics is the study of the rights and duties of such a person. One of the best ways to understand your rights and duties as a citizen is to study the government that defines and upholds them. In Civics A, you will learn about politics and government, and you’ll analyze democracy which is the system of government used in the United States. Finally, you will examine the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the U.S. Government. A course in Civics teaches you how to actively participate in governance and how you can help improve the quality of governance at all levels.
Connie Godfrey, 605-721-4506, email@example.com
Content AreaSocial Studies
ProviderBlack Hills Online Learning Community
Course MaterialsElectronic - Computer and Internet access. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point or equivalent. All materials provided within the course
Appropriate Grade Levels9, 10, 11, 12
When Offered1 Semester (fall) or (spring)
Registration ContactName: Connie Godfrey
Phone: (605) 721-4506
Registration PeriodRegistration for this course is ongoing.