HOBART AND WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES

 

 

Bidisciplinary Course 295/Sociology 295

ALCOHOL USE AND ABUSE: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES

http://www.AlcoholEducationProject.org/bd295

 

Grading

Course grades will be determined according to the following weighting:

 

 

Points

 

 

 

Grading Scale

 

 

Examination #1

120

 

450-500pts (>=90%)

A

Examination #2

120

 

400-449pts (80 89%)

B

Examination #3

90

 

350-399pts (70 - 79%)

C

Project Proposal/Bibliography

25

 

300-349pts (60 - 69%)

D

Project Paper /Final Presentation

120

 

<300 (<60%)

F

Media file

25

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extra Credit:

 

TOTAL

500

 

Class participation

(up to 30 pts.)

 

 

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