MICR 813: Medical Microbiology

Class Program
Credits 5

This is a general course in medical microbiology that looks at bacterial structure, function, growth, nutrition, metabolism, genetics, and control of microorganisms. Medical Microbiology also includes a survey of pathogenic bacteria and fungi, as well as an introduction to viral structure replication, pathogenesis, and control of common viral agents that cause disease in humans. A laboratory component is attached to the course and an extensive paper is to be submitted on an assigned topic. Prerequisite: General Microbiology (BIOL 401)