KIN 4605: Habituating and Addictive Drugs in Our Culture

Overview

Course: KIN 4605
Title: Habituating and Addictive Drugs in Our Culture
Department: KIN - Kinesiology
Credits: 3
Description: Prereq.: KIN 1600 and senior or graduate standing. Harmless, harmful, useful, and useless chemical substances that affect physiological well-being and behavior or mood; interaction of psychological, sociological, and physiological components.
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History

Semester Average W-Rate A B C D F Enrolled Avail Sections
Fall 2016 (shown) 0
Spring 2015 35 0 1
Spring 2014 31 0 1
Spring 2013 22 8 1
Spring 2012 28 2 1
Spring 2011 21 15 1
Spring 2010 40 0 1
Spring 2009 3.094 5% 38% 41% 5% 2% 5% 35 5 1
Overall 3.094 6% 38% 41% 6% 3% 6% 34

Sections

There are no sections of KIN 4605 offered in Fall 2016.

Reviews

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Review #1 / Course: KIN 4605 / Instructor: CASTLE R
Dr. Castle has a hard time getting the material across and explaining what exactly he wants from his students. The course itself isn't bad, but had it been taught by a better teacher I would have gotten more out of it. Don't expect him to help you out at the end of the semester either. I made a 100 on the final and was two points shy of having an A and he still didn't budge.
Posted: 6/1/2011 7:27:00 PM

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