Microbiology Courses (Division 540)

291/Biol. 291. Microbiology Laboratory. Micro. 101 or Biol. 105 or 112-114; or permission of instructor. (3). (NS).

See Biology 291. (Douthit)

401/Biol. 401. General Microbiology. Biochemistry (Biol. 411 or Biol. Chem. 415); preceded or accompanied by Biol. 305. (5). (NS).

See Biology 401. (Helling, Douthit, and Neidhardt)

505/Biol. 505. Pathogenic Microorganisms. A course in general microbiology and biological chemistry. Open to undergraduates and graduate students. (3). (NS).

Lectures designed to present the special biology of pathogenic bacteria, fungi and viruses. Appropriate for undergraduate or graduate students. Required for medical technology students (Freter, Harvie, Jones)

513/Biol. 513. Microbial Genetics. Microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, and permission of instructor. (4). (NS).

See Biology 513. (Helling)


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