Our Courses

Institute on the Constitution offers 5 courses that fit the needs of any individual, student, and/or group! All our courses can be viewed below! If you have any questions or are interested in hosting one of these courses please email us at info@TheAmericanView.com.

The U.S. Constitution Course

In their lecture presentations, Jake McMillian MacAulay and Michael Anthony Peroutka establish the premises for properly understanding the Constitution, by exposing students to the Biblical Worldview of America’s Founders and the writings that influenced them, as well as to their deliberate design of the federal government.

By gaining an understanding of the foundational principles and the worldview of America’s founders, students will see that a worldview revolution has occurred which has caused the Constitution to be widely misinterpreted and misunderstood in today’s world. The course concludes with a roadmap for restoration of our Constitutional Republic.

Attention Students!
Upon completion of this self-taught course, Institute on the Constitution will issue a graduation certificate, with the students name, to the parent of each student who has completed the 12 lecture course. This certificate may be placed in said student’s high school portfolio and will accommodate the mandatory Civics/American Government credit required for graduation.

The Sheriff and The Citizen Course

This course will provide an understanding of the American View of Law and Government and its relationship to the U.S. Constitution in order that sheriffs, deputies, and citizens are able, ready, and willing to support the constitutional role of the sheriff.

The Truth of America’s Founding:


This ALL NEW IOTC course is a four-part seminar, examining principles and ideas our Founders used to establish the American Republic. This can be used for Pastors, Civic Leaders, and concerned citizens.

The Duty of the Jury Course

The duty of the jury is to judge the law and the facts in order to defend our Constitutional Republic, yet Americans have been taught that the jury serves a radically different purpose. Most modern Americans believe that the jury’s duty is to follow the particular instructions of a judge and evaluate “justice” for a plaintiff or defendant in light of the manipulated presentation of evidence in the courtroom. This erroneous view is actually destructive to the very justice for which the role of the jury was established.

The Maryland Constitution Course

This Maryland Constitution Course is the only course of study taught in Maryland, including all of the Maryland’s Law Schools! In his lecture presentations, Pastor David Whitney establishes the premises for properly understanding the Maryland Constitution, by exposing students to the Biblical Worldview of Maryland’s Founders and the writings that influenced them. After taking this 12-lecture course each student will be made familiar with the constitutional limitations on Maryland’s civil government and become well versed in the Maryland Declaration of Rights!

Course Resources

Companion resources for each of these courses are available in the Institute on the Constitution store.

We desire, through our courses, to help individuals across America understand and appreciate their own history and heritage by reacquainting them with the Biblical worldview and vision of our Founding Fathers.

Comments from graduates of our courses:

We switched to IOTC’s materials 6 years ago. The response of our students has been astounding. It has been a wonderful resource.

Chuck Michaelis – Director, Camp American

IOTC makes the Constitution easy, enlightening and graspable. It’s rooted in truth and reality. It’s important that people love to know things down to their foundations.

Barrie Goodman – Graduate all three courses(!)

It has been a great blessing and continues to be beneficial for our home-educated high-schoolers. Not only does it teach governmental foundations for citizens but it is firmly grounded in the appropriate biblical worldview.

Barry Sheets – Exec. Director, Institute for Principled Policy

The classes on the Constitution have really been eye-opening for me. I am 84 years old, and didn’t pay much attention in high school civics class, or in 66 years since then, to governmental things. Now, I realize our nation is floundering, and politics are getting more and more corrupt.

Betty Schumack – Graduate U.S. Course in MN

I graduated with honors from the University of Delaware and, as it turns out, the substance of our founding documents, not to mention the actual documents themselves, were not taught to me. I found great value in reading these documents and understanding where these ideals came from.

Karen Delimater – Graduate U.S. Course

It is imperative that we wake up before our foundational freedoms are taken away. These classes have opened up a whole new dimension for me, and I am hopeful that my church will also sign up for these informative classes. Now is the time for Christians to wake up and take back our heritage!

Betty Schumack – Graduate U.S. Course in MN