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|Course Number||Course Title||Semester||Day & Time||Instructor||Course Fee|
|GOV 310L||American Government-WB||Fall 2014||Online||Eric McDaniel||$350.00|
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the processes and issues of United States and Texas government. The course will cover the relevant institutions in the development of the governmental process, as well as discuss the role of the citizens in shaping our government.
The course material is organized into fourteen weekly lessons that incorporate recently recorded lectures by UT professors Eric McDaniel and Bethany Albertson. Each lesson contains a statement of lesson objectives, reading assignments, lecture videos, supplementary multimedia, self-assessment exercises, and opportunities for feedback from the instructor or TAs.
Students are required to take two scheduled, proctored exams in a face-to-face setting. There may be additional proctoring fees. For more information about proctored exams and to locate a testing site, please see http://www.utexas.edu/ce/uex/testing_sites or contact University Extension.
This course is required in all UT Austin degree plans.
Twelve semester hours of college coursework and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Success Initiative assessment; or an accepted assessment test.