The University of Findlay is offering one of its political science classes free to the public this fall semester. The Courier reports that the course, which will focus on the U.S. government, will be held from 6-8 p.m. every Tuesday in Old Main Room 305. The classroom is accessible by an elevator on the west side of the building. The fall semester runs from Aug. 17 through Dec. 3.
The course is a traditional offering that will include university undergraduates. Topics such as the U.S. Constitution, Congress, elections and civil liberties will be addressed. The course will be led by Professor Robert Postic, associate professor of Political Science. Postic began at the university in 2008 and has been teaching for 20 years.
Enrollment or prep work is not required for members of the public.
Optional for the public is use of the textbook “American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials,” which can be bought, or rented for less, at various online book retail sites, including the UF Bookstore at 1000 N. Main St., just north of the Koehler Fitness and Recreation Complex.
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