Are you interested in the political landscape of the United Kingdom and the United States? If so, then this course is for you! This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of the political systems of the United Kingdom and the United States. You will learn about the history, structure, and functioning of each country’s government, as well as the major political parties and issues.
Introducing a course that draws back the curtains on the magnificent stages of two of the world’s paramount political theatres. Commencing with the bedrock of politics, we set the scene for a captivating act on the US Government Constitution, illustrating its vibrant details and nuances.
But as the spotlight shifts, the audience is treated to a mesmerising portrayal of the three pivotal pillars of the US government: the legislative audacity of Congress, the assertive command of the President, and the stern yet just gaze of the Supreme Court. Each segment sheds light on the gravity and grandeur of their individual roles, allowing learners to discern the symphony in their combined governance.
And as the curtain starts to draw, the drama doesn’t wane. Venture into the rhythmic dance of the electoral process and the bold strokes of direct democracy. The grand finale, the comparative approaches section, offers a kaleidoscopic view, juxtaposing the UK’s regal political elegance against the USA’s federal might, prompting a deeper appreciation of their individual and collective magnificence.
£99 (worth £599)
- Understand the foundational principles of politics in the UK and the USA.
- Analyse the provisions and implications of the US Constitution.
- Examine the roles, powers, and functions of Congress.
- Evaluate the responsibilities and influence of the US President as the executive.
- Examine the operations and decisions of the Supreme Court.
- Appreciate the nuances of the electoral process and direct democracy.
- Differentiate between the UK and US political systems through comparative approaches.
- A keen interest in political systems.
- No prior knowledge of politics is required.
- Basic knowledge of English is required.
Why should I take this course?
- Gain an in-depth understanding of two dominant political systems.
- Equip yourself with knowledge beneficial for international relations studies.
- Develop critical thinking skills by comparing two distinct political arenas.
- Improve your understanding of current global political events.
- Set a foundation for further advanced political studies.
- UK Political Analyst
- USA Foreign Policy Advisor
- Legislative Assistant
- Executive Branch Researcher
- Judicial Branch Historian
- Comparative Politics Lecturer
|Section 01: Introduction to Politics|
|Module 01: Introduction to Politics||00:18:00|
|Section 02: US Government Constitution|
|Module 02: US Government Constitution||00:12:00|
|Section 03: Congress - The Legislative Branch|
|Module 03: Congress – The Legislative Branch||00:09:00|
|Section 04: President - The Executive Branch|
|Module 04: President – The Executive Branch||00:13:00|
|Section 05: Supreme Court - The Judicial Branch|
|Module 05: Supreme Court – The Judicial Branch||00:11:00|
|Section 06: Electoral Process and Direct Democracy|
|Module 06: Electoral Process and Direct Democracy||00:16:00|
|Section 07: Comparative Approaches|
|Module 07: Comparative Approaches||00:12:00|