This preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.
Unformatted text preview: tted diseases.
3. To provide students with information on the psychological aspects of drug use.
4. To provide students with an understanding of the choices between healthy and abusive
5. To provide students with the knowledge of the consequences of illegal drugs.
6. To enable students to make informed choices about prescription and over-the-counter
7. To enable students to make alternative choices.
8. To provide information and practice on current techniques of decision making and coping
Hart., C. L., Ksir, C., & Ray, O. (2009). Drugs, society, and human behavior, 13th edition.
Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.
There are a total of 330 points possible
WebCT Quizzes 18 Quizzes
Note: There are no make-up quizzes, no exceptions. 10 points each 180 points Reflection Paper 50 points Midterm examination (Chapters 1-9) 50 points Final Examination (Chapters 10-18) 50 points A letter grade will be assigned in accordance with the total number of points accumulated and
will be determined by using the following grade scale.
CB 93 – 100%
88 – 92 %
83 – 87 %
78 – 82 % C
E 73 – 77 %
68 – 72 %
60 – 67 %
59 % and below Class Policies
eLearning Quizzes: 18 quizzes based on assigned readings will be given online via eLearning.
Quizzes will be available at 9pm following class each week. You must complete quizzes prior to
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 06/23/2013 for the course ADA 2250 taught by Professor Simpson during the Spring '08 term at Western Michigan.
- Spring '08