Jun 20, 2024  
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BIOL 204 - Introductory Microbiology


The nature of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and other microscopic organisms applied to human economy and nature. Themes for the course include microscopy, cell structures and functions, metabolism, genetics, host defense, disease transmission, control of infectious disease, impacts of microbes on the environment, and discipline specific lab skills. Registration is restricted to nursing majors, however, other majors with permission of instructor may use unused seats. Includes laboratory that meets twice weekly and may include field trips. (May not be used as biology elective-unrestricted elective only).

Prerequisites: (BIOL 100 - Biology  or BIOL 107 - Cells, Molecules, and Genes ) and (CHEM 100 - Chemistry for Contemporary Living  or CHEM 130 - Chemical Principles I ) and (MATH 156 - College Algebra  or higher math course).
Credit(s): 4
When Offered: (spring only)



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