This course provides a structural overview of the federal system of government in Canada by way of analysing its major institutions. The course examines the Constitution and its implications for modern life, federal/provincial jurisdiction, the dynamics of changing relationships between levels of government, and the basics of political parties, the media, bureaucracy and the judicial system will be examined. Service Learning opportunity may be available. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: PSC-165.
PSC-1165 Canadian Government - 3.00 credits