2024 - 2025 MCPS High School Course Bulletin

SOC2003A/SOC2003B NSL Government A

0.5 credit per semester

Students will utilize inquiry and literacy skills to develop a deep understanding of the foundation and structures of the U.S. government, evaluate the importance of citizen participation, and analyze the impact of principles, laws, people, and organizations on domestic, foreign, and economic policies that affect our daily lives. Throughout the course, students study contemporary public policy issues while deepening their ability to analyze and evaluate sources and respond to document based questions. This course satisfies the NSL Government graduation requirement.

9 - 10 - 11 - 12
No repeats for credit

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