The courses NURS 211, 212, 221, 222, 225, 231, 232, 235, 241, 242, 245, 620, 815,
816, 817, 818, and 819 are open only to those students accepted in the Associate Degree
Nursing Program (see Index: Nursing, A. S. Degree for admission requirements). A grade
of C or higher is necessary for progression in the sequence. Upon graduation, the
candidate receives an Associate in Science degree and is eligible to take the National
Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX).
Course provides practical application of the pharmacological principles of drug therapy
to the Nursing Practice. Discussion will stress the utilization of key drugs prescribed
to treat different disease states. Lectures are organized by body system in order
to correlate with the nursing pharmacology text currently being used (Summer only).