Prerequisites: Both BIO 1530 and CHE 1000 or higher (or equivalent college transfer courses) with a "C" or better within the last 5 years or consent of department discipline designee.
The course concepts include microbial cell biology, microbial genetics, interactions and impact of microorganisms and humans, interactions and impact of microorganisms in the environment, and microbial diversity. Laboratory incorporates basic techniques and exercises to investigate course concepts. This natural science course is also required for many health profession and technology programs such as: respiratory therapy, surgical technology and nursing. Course/lab fees