Courses > AOD151 - Alcohol and Other Drugs: Overview

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An overview of the historical and contemporary role of psychoactive drugs
(including alcohol) in society, emphasizing the physical, social, and
emotional consequences of their use and abuse within a general theoretical
framework. Topics include the myths, stereotypes, and socio-cultural
factors that contribute to the use of alcohol and other drugs, pattern
and progression of addiction, prevention and treatment, public policy,
community resources, needs of special groups, and special populations.
Course may not meet major requirements at transfer institutions. See
your counselor for more information.

Formerly AOD 101
Units  3 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Occupational education courses
Version  04

Scheduled Sections

Semester Section Seats* Instructor Begins Ends Location

Fall 2008 0033 9/5 JENKINS D Aug 18 Dec 15 Ukiah

* Seats - Open/Wait
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