WC’s Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture is sponsoring a political science college course on freedom in America this Summer.
This summer college course captivates students through a curriculum grounded on the great thinkers in the American political tradition. Topics include the principles informing the American Revolution and the constitutional founding, the eradication of slavery, the defeat of European fascism, the Civil Rights Movement, the victory over Soviet communism, and debates surrounding the meaning and nature of freedom in America today.
Adding to the compelling subject matter, the course provides a set of distinctive guest speakers from academia, government, and nationally and internationally prominent think tanks. The course is open for enrollment by those seeking college credit across the region, state, country, and world. This four credit Washington College Political Science course transfers to colleges and universities worldwide. College students, high school students, and adult learners are eligible to enroll for full credit.
The course runs from May 26 through June 23. For more information please contact, Joseph Prud’homme, Director of the Institute for Religion, Politics, and Culture at Washington College at firstname.lastname@example.org