POLS 3601 New York State Legislature Internship I
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as POL 20.11.
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4 hours lectures and conferences; 4 credits
Theoretical approaches to public policy development through operation of the state government in a working-learning experience in the state legislature. Course conducted in Albany, New York. Intensive orientation by government officials under direction of program faculty. Forums, readings, and papers on current issues. (Not open to students who have completed Political Science 20.1, 20.2, or 20.3.)
Prerequisite: Political Science 1.5 or 1001 [1.51] or 1.6; and permission of the chairperson.
Corequisite: Political Science 3602 [20.12].
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