SCLA 200: Constitutional Law

In this interdisciplinary course, students read case law to understand legal reasoning and constitutional doctrines and identify major constitutional conflicts. It explores how the forces of technology, economics, politics, scientific development, and medicine transform constitutional law.

Fulfills the University Core requirements in Human Cultures: Behavioral/Social Sciences (BSS) 


Patricia Boling

Political Science

Spencer Headworth


Yvonne Pitts

















Dr. Melinda Zook
Cornerstone Director

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