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BIO 328 - Microbiology for Health Professions

This course examines the biology of bacteria, viruses and other microbes including their structure, metabolism and methods of control. Causative agents/mechanisms of common diseases as well as principles of immune control are also presented. This is a lecture/laboratory course with an Allied Health focus.

Credit Hours: 4 hrs May not be repeated for credit
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F)

Typically offered Fall, Winter, and Summer

Prerequisite(s): (BIO 105  or BIO 106  or (BIO 110  and BIO 111 ) or BIO 252  or SPMD 202 ) and (CHEM 120  or CHEM 122 ) A minimum grade of “C” is required in all prerequisite courses

Concurrent Prerequisite(s): an ACT Math sub-score between 19-36, an SAT Math sub-score between 520-800, a Math Placement test score between 83-120, a STAT course 100-499, or a MATH course 100-499

Notes -
This course does not apply on the curriculum in Clinical Laboratory Sciences , but will count as an elective towards the Biology Major  or Biology Minor  

Equivalent to CLSC 332 and MICR 328

Previously listed as BIO 328 - Introductory Microbiology; MICR 328

Last Updated:
Change to concurrent prerequisites 3/2016, effective Fall 2016

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