NUR 115: Pharmacology
In this course, students learn basic principles of pharmacology with a strong emphasis on medication safety along with drug dosage calculations. Pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics of major drug classifications are discussed using a pathophysiological approach and then applied to patient situations. Drug contraindications, drug interactions, adverse effects, nursing management, and patient education are also discussed and then applied to patient situations. Anatomy and physiology is a course pre-requisite. This is a required course in the WCC Nursing Programs but may also be taken for transfer by any pre-nursing or nursing student.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; BIO 111 minimum grade "B-"; BIO 212 minimum grade "C", may enroll concurrently; BIO 147 or BIO 237, minimum grade "C", may enroll concurrently; and MTH 160 or MTH 167, minimum grade "C" or Academic Math Level 3
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