Andrea L Stone
Advanced course offerings designed to respond to faculty and student interests and needs. Topics include French Impressionism, social movements in late nineteenth-century Japan, international business and the changing European economic structure.
Drug and alcohol use, abuse and dependence are persistent problems in the United States and abroad. Through this course students will gain an understanding of the differences between misuse, abuse, and dependence, will gain a basic understanding of the pharmacological differences between drugs, will gain knowledge of the prevalence of drug use and changes in drug use trends over the past several decades, will be introduced to several significant policies affecting drug use in the U.S., and will have several myths related to drug use dispelled.
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