NR3030 - Pharmacology and Pathophysiology
Focuses on the principles of disease and disease mechanisms including pathophysiology and their pharmacological treatments. Examines principles of infection, anti-infection agents, drug absorption, and metabolism. Studies pathophysiology including signs and symptoms of selective systems, e.g., cardiovascular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal systems. Addresses clinical assessment, analysis of clinical information, and clinical decision-making. Last offering Spring 2018. Prerequisite(s): NR 3010; minimum grade of B- in all prerequisite courses and NR 3010; minimum 2.67 cumulative GPA; Pre-Licensure Nursing majors only.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.