Welcome to Prof. Oberbauer's Website


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Office Location: MV 24, Room 2407
Mailbox: MV 23
Office Hours: see syllabus
Phone: (619) 388-2767- Ext. 5347
E-mail: 
aoberbau@sdccd.edu
E-mail:
fepan@aol.com        

 

 

 

Use the navigation link above to view, and/or download and print the following information:

  •  Announcements
  •  Course syllabus
  •  Study guides for each test
  •  Lecture Notes
  •  Links to related websites
  •  Library resources
  •  Research databases
  •  World Map
  •  PowerPoint Presentations
  •  Pictures
  •  References

 

 

 

 

        Welcome to my Spring 2014 website.  I look forward to having you share in the exciting experience of learning Comparative Politics, and The American Political System this semester.

        We will learn a great deal about the Political World by looking at and analyzing our political history, governmental structures, learning political concepts, and examining issues important to Americans and to the world community.

        And finally, we will look at how decision makers in government try to solve the conflicts that face our nation and nations around the world.  Get ready to learn more about your own political philosophy and political philosophies of others.  Also, check out the great links we have given you to help make your journey with me easier, more interesting, and to assist you in achieving your intended learning outcomes.

        See you soon,                            

Angela Oberbauer, M.A. 2014
Political Science Program
San Diego Mesa College


Instructor Bio

 

This unofficial website or page is maintained and owned by Professor Oberbauer. Content provided does not reflect the views or opinions of the San Diego Community College District or Mesa College. Comments about the content on this site should be directed to the website owner at: aoberbau@sdccd.eduFurther, my deep gratitude to Professor Hank Beaver, Professor of Instructional Technology, in the Mesa LRC, whose guidance and creative assistance has been invaluable to the design and creation of this website.

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