PHARMACOLOGY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES
Presents common drugs used in a healthcare setting. Basic principles of pharmacology and medication are covered. Commonly prescribed drug groups are discussed, specifically addressing the drug's effects on physiology and disease. This is an upper-level course for Biology and Allied Health Science majors. Prerequisites: BIOLOGY 271 (Cell Biology) and BIOLOGY 174 (Anatomy and Physiology 2); or BIOLOGY 474 (Human Physiology). Three hours lecture and discussion per week. Not offered every semester.