Jun 20, 2024  
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024 
    
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024
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PUB-7002 - Administrative Law

Semester Credits: 3 Weeks: 8

The framers deliberately structured a constitutional republic to constrain the potential abuse of power through federalism and checks and balances. The growth of agencies and administrative law stress these notions of the limited role of government. In this course, students develop practical knowledge about administrative agencies and laws that govern their behavior, examine administrative law in the context of accountability to prevent governmental abuse of power, and apply critical thinking in a variety of case studies.



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