LSTD301 Constitutional Law (3 semester hours)

This course is an introduction to Constitutional Law, the Supreme Court, and other aspects of the legal system using the case analysis approach. Its concentration is on the study and analysis of United States Constitution. It emphasizes an in-depth study of the Bill of Rights, specifically those rights pertaining to Civil Liberties. Topics include: the historical events that led to the development of the Constitution; principles governing the operation of the Constitution and the role of the U.S. Supreme Court and the Judiciary; characteristics and powers of the three branches of government; development of due process and individual protections to include right to speech, freedom of religion, right to bear arms, right to vote, and right to counsel.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice - Momentum

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...Enforcement CMRJ101 - Evidence and Procedures CMRJ303 - Criminology LSTD301 - Constitutional Law LSTD302 - Criminal Law LSTD400 - Criminal...