Out of curiosity, I signed up for Straighterline's Pharmacology I course. I am an RN with 6 years' experience in various healthcare fields (LPN and EMT background), so this information is not new to me. I'm primarily going through the course because I thought it would be a good, comprehensive review of pharm, and I'm currently enrolled in an RN-to-BSN program at a local university and thought that there might be a slim chance that they would accept it in lieu of their pharm course (hey, I can dream, right?). Anyway, I've only completed 3 out of 17 or so modules, and completed the first exam (which covers those 3 modules). Already, I have found several errors in the program material. Even basic errors, such as the homework exam telling me that I should have selected to administer one whole 250mcg tab to get a dose of 125mcg instead of giving 1/2 250mcg tab. It doesn't take a pharmacist to figure out that if you want to give 125mcg, you don't give 250mcg. This is pretty worrisome to me. I thought that, if this course was decent, even if my school didn't accept the credit for the nursing program, there are a couple of courses that would fit the bill for Gen Eds that I need. Has anyone else had problems with the accuracy of SL material? I don't want to spend a lot of time on SL if it's going to turn out to be full of garbage.