Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

BIO 682 Advanced Pharmacology

(Also NRS 682). 3 hours; 3 credits. This course provides the knowledge and skills to assess, diagnose, prescribe, and guide the management of medication therapy of adults. Emphasis will be on pharmacodynamics, pharamacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics to supplement previous learning. Critical thinking and research data will be the basis for determining appropriate medications for adults of varied ages, medical problems, and health practices. Prerequisites: Basic college-level pharmacology course and BIO 382



Cross Listed Courses

NRS 682