CRMJ 2030 - Drug Identification & Effects
(Formerly PST 2000 and CRMJ 2000)
3 Class Hours
A study of the fundamentals needed for identifying both the appearance and effects of controlled substances. Students receive guides to controlled substances: their color, trade names, and drug codes. Topics include a critical examination of the physiological, sociological, psychological, and legal aspects of drug abuse and many complexities that have developed as a direct or indirect result of their abuse in society.
Semester Availability: Fall, Spring
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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