SOC210 Online course, 14-week course. See term start and end dates listed above. One proctored test is required that may be taken on-campus or through an approved remote testing location. Students will receive an informational e-mail prior to the start of the course. Please check Canvas at the start of the course for syllabus and orientation. High speed Internet access strongly recommended.
SOC 210 Alcohol, Drugs, and Society
Prerequisites: PSY101 or SOC101 with a grade of "C" or better, and reading proficiency.
Alcohol, Drugs, and Society examines the medical, legal, and social aspects of alcohol and drug use. Medical aspects considered include treatment approaches and the role of physicians in controlling such behavior. In the legal realm, past and present alcohol and drug laws are explored. Cultural and social influences on alcohol and drug use are discussed. (F,S,O)
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