SO 304 Social Problems
U1QQ 2013 HI
Drake, Sara M.
Bachelor of Science, PsychologyMaster of Mental Health CounselingMaster of Arts, History
June 3 - Jul 28 2013
7:30 - 10:15 PM
Textbook: Eitzen, D.S. (2009). Solutions to Social Problems: Lessons from Other Societies (5th Edition). Pearson
Publishing. ISBN: 978-0205698349
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Grading: 90 - 100% = A, 80 - 89% = B, 70 - 79% = C, 60 - 69% = D, below 60 = F
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