Constitutional Law is an introductory course into the general principles of constitutional law. It is designed to assist students to explore what constitutional law is. The course examines how the exercise of state power is structured and limited by constitutionally entrenched systems of checks and balances and fundamental rights and freedoms. Even though it interacts or sometimes confused with political or ideological perceptions, it applies specific methods of law which are objectively predetermined. Within the scope of this course, that has been structured under three main topics, first the basics of constitutional law will be provided, and the types and meanings of constitution will be examined and then the historic moments of constitutionalism will be explored. Under the second main topic, the focus will be on fundamental rights and freedoms as derivatives of constitutionalism. Lastly the course will concentrate on the systems of government (presidential and parliamentary systems) as institutional reflections of separation of powers.