Jun 05, 2023
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 4 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Fall, Winter, and Summer
Prerequisite(s) (BIO 105 , BIO 106 , [BIO 110 and BIO 111 ], [BIO 110 and BIO 112 ], BIO 252 , or EXSC 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)
Class-Level Restriction Undergraduate standing
This course does not apply to the curriculum in Clinical Laboratory Sciences .
Equivalent Courses CLSC 332, MICR 328
Previously listed as BIO 328 - Introductory Microbiology, MICR 328
Updates Change to prerequsites 1/2018, effective Summer 2018; Change to concurrent prerequisites 3/2016, effective Fall 2016
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