10:30 AM to 01:10 PM F
West Building 1001
Section Information for Spring 2016
This learning community combines field-based learning with in-class work to study the presidential primary process. Students travel to New Hampshire from February 2-10, 2016,* to observe how candidates campaign. Students then follow candidates through the spring electoral process by attending rallies and campaign speeches. This learning community meets in person on a weekly basis until spring break, after which students will work on independent research projects culminating in formal presentations during finals week. This course earns 2 credits of Experiential Learning.
*Dates subject to change
NCLC 375 006 additional course fees are associated with this section. Contact the instructor for details.
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