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PCH 201 Wellness, Spring 2021 Syllabus



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January 19, 2021 - Follow this tour and you will get to all the main pages related to the course. While Blackboard will be the major platform we will be using to conduct our course activities, these pages will contain resources you can use with the course. These pages are accessible from the Internet and Blackboard (on the first day of class). They also serve as a backup in the event Blackboard becomes inaccessible, for whatever reason.

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SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Wellness Spring 2021


CCH 2020

Insel, Paul M., Roth, Walton T., Insel, Claire E. (2020). Core Concepts in Health, Brief, (Sixteen Edition) McGraw Hill Companies Inc. Available as a hardcover textbook in the bookstore

PCH 201-02 9:35 - 10:50 AM
Synchronous Online Learning

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PCH 201 Wellness Syllabus

PCH 201 Spring 2021 Excel Tracker Available on Blackboard


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Assisting Students in Distress

Effective Fall 2015 the University has enacted a new Course Grade Replacement Policy for all undergraduate students.
Students are no longer required to complete a Grade Replacement Contract.
The first five courses retaken will be the ones for which the grade will be replaced.
Withdrawing from a class does not count as one of the five courses that can be replaced.



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Updated: January 26, 2021 R25
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