HL110

HL110 – Preventative Drug Abuse

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Course ID
HL110
Department
General Health Science
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
Fall 2021: Term 1: August 16 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 2: August 16 -October 8, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 3: September 13 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 4: October 12 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 5: November 22 -December 17, 2021
Credit
3
Method
Online

HL110 – Preventing Drug Abuse This course provides an overview of drugs of use, misuse, and abuse in society. This course will examine physiological, social, philosophical, historical, legal, and health aspects of drug use and abuse. Additionally, we will explore the relationships between substances that may affect the human body and/or societal institutions. Understanding of what a drug is, the biological and psychological patterns of behavior related to those specific drugs. Along with the cultural, economic, and political foundations that are affected by drugs both internationally and domestically. A heavy emphasis will be placed on discussions, interventions, and prevention of abuse. This course is designed as general education and is not part of the Addiction Counselor Program.

Prerequisites: none.

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HL110 – Preventing Drug Abuse is equivalent to

  • Dodge City Community College – HLTH110 – Preventative Drug Abuse
  • Pratt Community College – PSY110 Preventing Drug Abuse
  • Seward Community College – Not Available

Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.