Political Science | Indiana State Gov & Politics
Y307 | 3295 | Tilton


	This course is designed to enhance students' experience as interns
during the important l999 long legislative session.  To that end the course
will provide a series of readings on Indiana government, an array of guest
speakers, and some research opportunities.  Course assignments will include
a series of short papers and one longer research paper.
	In addition, students may receive three additional credits by
writing a longer paper on their internship experience.  This paper will
involved a comparison between a more theoretical writing and the student's
own experience in the internship.  There is flexibility and students should
work out details with the instructor.  Please note:  on some previous
occasions students have received credit without submitting the paper; no one
should have that expectation this semester.