Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior

About This Course

Course Name/Code: Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior, SEHE 202

Catalog Description: This course introduces students to knowledge of human problems within their environmental context. The course focuses on the biological, sociological, psychological, spiritual and cultural processes and development across the life span. It also addresses the environmental conditions that support or inhibit individual and family growth and variations arising from ethnicity, class, cohort, gender, race, and other differences. Particular attention is given to issues and concerns of multi-cultural, urban populations.

Credits: 2

Instructors and Texts

Instructors Who Teach This Course: Mr. Gary Garrison

Required Text(s): Please use the online campus bookstore to locate required textbooks for the course. Make sure that you search using the correct course code and look for the course with the “OL” suffix in the drop-down list. (See Textbook Ordering Help.)

Course Workload Preview

The following preview of anticipated course workload is subject to instructor change.

  • Periodic discussion forum posting and responses.
  • Required assigned reading.
  • Three objective tests–including Final Exam.
  • Ten articles to read and evaluate.
  • Several video and audio files to watch, listen, and respond to.
  • Each student will read the book, None of These Diseases by S.I. McMillen