Graduate College

BSE 5633 Public Health Strategies for Tobacco Control - Summer I 2014       3-3 hrs.

Prerequisites: BSE 5113, BSE 5163, HPS 5213, HAP 5453, OEH 5013 or permission of the instructor Multi-Level Course: CPH 7633 This course provides an overview of the history, health effects, politics, and prevention of tobacco use, examining the issue from all perspectives: epidemiological, psychosocial, political, economic and environmental. Students will explore the multidimensional aspects of tobacco use and the research and metholodology contributing to best practices in tobacco control.

Dates Sec. Class Days Times Instructor Location
06/02/2014 - 07/28/2014 001 - Lecture
11659 M W 3:00 P.M
6:00 P.M
Beebe,Laura Ann