CLNR 327 - Basic Pharmacology
This course introduces students to a very basic pharmacology of drugs with a focus on drug classes, formulations, routes of administration, and the therapeutic uses of drugs. The course is designed to provide the clinical research student with a basic foundation in the various therapeutic agents available to manage common disease states. For each class of agents presented, basic mechanisms will be emphasized and common therapeutic uses. Prerequisite: Anatomy & Physiology For students pursuing the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree only: Offered all terms.
Lecture Spring. Prerequisite(s): Anatomy and Physiology