Skip to comments.Hillsdale College Constitution 101 Class Offered Free Online
Posted on 02/10/2012 11:04:37 AM PST by christianhomeschoolmommaof3
Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution is a 10-week online course presented by Hillsdale College.
Featuring an expanded format from the Introduction to the Constitution lecture series with Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn, Constitution 101 follows closely the one-semester course required of all Hillsdale College undergraduate students.
In this course, you can: watch lectures from the same Hillsdale faculty who teach on campus;
study the same readings taught in the College course;
submit questions for weekly Q&A sessions with the faculty;
access a course study guide;
test your knowledge through weekly quizzes; and
upon completion of the course, receive a certificate from Hillsdale College.
You must register in order to participate in Constitution 101. Even if you have already signed up for a previous Hillsdale webcast or seminar, we ask that you complete the simple registration process for Constitution 101. There is no cost to register for this course, but we ask that you consider a donation to support our efforts to educate millions of Americans about our nations Founding documents and principles.
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Fine, Stay stupid, ill-informed and irrational.
Next time some lib tells me conservatives are degenerate wall-eyed idiots, I will think of you.
I do care that politicians uphold their sworn oaths.
I have no idea what Mark Levin and his position on Obama’s eligibility have to do with this college course though.
Because he gave it a good review? He didn’t write the course and he is not teaching it. Talking about throwing out the baby with the bath water. Do you have some knowledge that no one else has that this course will teach us that the Constitution is wrong on eligibility? If so let’s see it. If not what’s the problem?
Great. I signed up for it.
I already subscribe to Imprimus, and even sent a daughter there. She left after two years to finish college in Spain—go figure. My son who wanted to go there, couldn’t get in.
It’s a fine place, albeit in the middle of nowhere. Luckily, I live nearby in Ann Arbor.
They should put this on iTunes U. They’ll reach far more people.
Exciting times, what with major schools providing the start of free online certifications. MIT and others are starting - not just providing curriculum free, but certification as well.
High tuition gets met with free. Amazing how supply-and-demand works out so often.
Thank you for posting this.
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