This is an introduction to the basic concepts of political science focusing on politics, governance and the 1987 Constitution – the fundamental law of the public. An emphasis is placed on understanding the forms and structure of the government and the rights of individuals as enshrined in our Constitution. Actual observations of the different government institutions at work must compliment and supplement lectures and discussions. Constitutional provisions relating to stewardship, command responsibility and accountability are discussed herein.
- Faculty: Aldrin Palermo