San Sebastian College-Recoletos College of Arts and Sciences Area of Political Science Miranda, Romeo Paulo T.

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Political Science -1

and basic aspects of the New Constitution.The course is a comprehensive study of the nature and scope of political science and the relationship with other social sciences. forms of government. and political parties and a portion of Local Government. It also deals with citizenship. . public opinion.

This is a discipline with the study of the various forms of government that evolved from precolonial forms of government up to the present time. social justice and human rights and education and family. constitutional commissions. the course gives emphasis on the amended provisions on the declaration of principles and the state policies. On the constitutional aspect. local government. bill of rights. .

It includes the characteristics and precedence of motion and progress. committees and committee reports. . meeting and session. voting.The course deals with the fundamental parliamentary rules and procedures with emphasis on quorum. debates. nominations and elections as well as the kind and classification of motions of the deliberative assemblies.

with the nature. . It involves discussion of the nature sources. The course deals. kinds and extinguishments of obligation. characteristics of contracts including defective contracts and other miscellaneous topics relevant to the course.This course deals with the basic principles of law in relation to contracts and obligations. likewise. elements.

.This 3-unit course is the study of the different philosophical approach concerning the nature and elements of law as well as the study of the significant role of law in the proper ordering of the society.

. arbitration and strikes unfair labor practices and all implementing rules and guidelines. rest periods. lockouts. wages. labor organizations. working conditions.The course covers the salient provisions of labor laws in the Philippines with emphasis on preemployment. recruitment. learners. retirements. maternity benefits.

.The subject involves the study of political theories during ancient and medieval times to determine their influence to the current political undertakings of the state.

. an extensive study of the modern political theories is imperative to resolve current political issues to advance the political interest of the state.After a consideration of the ancient and medieval political theories.

social and developmental aspect brought about by different system of government as observed in different countries. cultural and economic.This subject is about the study of the government of Southeast Asian countries with emphasis on the political. .

The course will present the varied governmental systems observed and adopted by countries all over the world. . A comparison of these different political machineries will help the student understand and contemplate on the advantages and disadvantages of each governmental mechanism.

It comprises basic laws on persons.This course is intended to give political science students basic knowledge of different kinds of laws. family relations. . properties. obligations. marriage. contracts. criminal law and administrative law.

It covers topics like research problems. theoretical/conceptual frame works. . methods and techniques involved in the methods of research writing in the field of Political Science. The second part involves the continuation of the research project.The course is designed to provide principles. The first part of the research covers Chapters 1 ² 3 of research writing.

in this subject the students will learn the various international precepts and reconcile conflicts of laws. the Philippines adheres to the generally accepted principles of international law as part of the law of the land.As a constitutional mandate. thus. .

i.The course will expose the students to various political settings in the three branches of government. . The student must accomplish 300 hours of practicum work (100 Hours in each department) while at the same time discussing their practicum class where they should meet their adviser/coordinator at least twice a month. legislative and judicial department.. executive department.e.

the major historic periods are treated in sequential order. Thus. within each major historic period. His two novels should be read in this light. the late 19th century emergence of the Filipino nation.The course is an introductory course on history and culture of the Filipino people. the discussion will proceed according to topics. The course combines the chronological and topical approaches. It is designed to give the students basic knowledge about their country and culture. particularly. However. Rizal should be studied in the context of the broad sweep of Philippine history. .

His studies in the Philippines and abroad exemplifying intelligence in all aspects of discipline. his imprisonment trial and his view and principle regarding the revolution will likewise be considered in this course.This is a significant study of the life. his various encounters with people and places he visited and the achievements he gathered. . to honor him as a man of many talents and one of the great men of Asia and the world. works. writings of Jose Rizal as our National Hero.

which stresses interrelationship of man with his society. . social changes. current national development and present problems that could endanger the future of human society. social organizations.The subject is an introduction to the basic concepts in sociology and anthropology. It includes the study of personality. culture.

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