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501-308 Pharmacology for Allied Health

Learn how to classify medications into correct drug categories and use basic pharmacology principles. Apply the basic pharmacodynamics used in the identification, preparation and administration of common medications.

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Offering number: 501-308-001

Course Notes

Prerequisite(s): 501-101 Medical Terminology or 501-150 Exploring Medical Language 1 and 501-151 Exploring Medical Language 2;; and 509-302 Human Body in Health & Disease; and COMPASS-Pre-Algebra or ASSET-Numerical Skills or ACT-Math or Accuplacer Arithmetic or College Proficiency - Math or 804-169A Fundamentals of Mathematics
CRN: 10427
Tuition/fee: $284.80
Seats Open: 9
Instructor: Krafcheck, Lori G
Dates: 08/29/17-12/19/17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: H233

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