This course is designed to acquaint students with the structure, functions, and policy-making processes of the United States national governance, beginning with its revolutionary founding and theory, moving to its contemporary institutions, and concluding with policy processes. In add
This course is designed to help students acquire a general understanding of some of the critical problems that exist in our society and prepare them to become capable in coping with these phenomena. Emphasis will be on social problems that Micronesians are facing in their everyday liv
This course covers the structure and operation of the present government systems in Micronesia. It covers foreign influences upon the cultures in Micronesia and the effect on the development of the present forms of government in the regional political entities.
This course covers the structures and operations of the government of U.S., Japan, selected republics from the former USSR, Tonga, and Nauru. The governments are examined as potential forms of government of the three entities of Micronesia.
This course includes the nature of culture, the introduction of basic concepts for analyzing cultural behavior, cultural patterning and integration, and dynamics of culture. Current trends in interpretive anthropology of the Pacific will be explored.
This course is a systematic study of how human beings interact with one another as a process of creation of groups, institutions, communities and societies. The course will focus the place of human beings within evolution and physical variations with emphasis on the Pacific. Considera
This course is designed to acquaint students with the methods, theory and techniques of archeology to study prehistoric societies and explain cultural change through the study and use of the remains of fossils and artifacts with emphasis on the origin of Palauans.