POLS 1113 G - American Government
Term: Accelerated/Spring 2022 CRN: 31114
Start Date: 1/10/2022 End Date: 5/6/2022
Instructor(s): Jonnathon Hicks
Students enrolling must be admitted to Oklahoma State University. Enrollment is through self-service enrollment in Banner but prior permission to enroll must be obtained from the Office of Individual Study. Phone (405)744-6390, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to arrange this.
Standard Individual Study Tuition and Fees apply and are billed to a student's Bursar Account.Required Forms:
Prerequisites: None, Satisfies, with HIST 1103 (Survey of American History), 1483 (American History to 1865) or 1493 (American History Since 1865), the Oklahoma State Regents requirement of six credit hours of American history and American government before graduation.Add Drop Information:
This course follows the standard OSU add/drop policies. Please see Oklahoma State University Registrar for more information.Materials:
The Materials Fee is billed to the student's Bursar Account along with all other required fees at enrollment. This Course Guide is in the online classroom. It is in PDF format and can be read online, downloaded and/or printed off.Textbooks:
It is the student's responsibility to purchase:The Basics of American Politics, Wasserman, 14th ed., 2011, Pearson, ISBN: 978-0205782031
Suggested sources for textbooks are: abebooks.com, amazon.com, biblio.com, chegg.com.
This list is not inclusive and neither is it an endorsement of these sites.Exam Information:
If you live in the Stillwater area, exams are taken at the IS Office, 317 PIO Building. You do not need to submit a Request for Exam form when taking the exam in the office but will need to make an appointment.
Appointments for exams need to be made on the IS website exam reservation portal or by calling IS directly (405) 744-6390.
Students living away from the Stillwater area may request proctored exams (refer to your course guide for exam request instructions). Proctored exam requests must be in writing (mail, e-mail, or fax), and proctors must be approved by the Individual Study testing supervisor. For security reasons, exams are not faxed or e-mailed.Additionally, the on-line proctor service, Examity, may be used. Examity FAQs