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Pathogenic Microbiology

Pathogenic microbiology will emphasize the pivotal balance between microbial mechanisms of virulence and host defenses. The course will begin with an overview of the disease process and the types of pathogens. Mechanisms used by pathogens to overcome or inactivate host defenses will emphasized throughout the course. The remaining portion of the course will be comprised of units covering selected bacterial, viral, protozoan, and fungal pathogens. The course will conclude with a study on the evolution and emergence of infectious diseases. Students will research and complete a project. This course may be offered with an integrated service learning experience. This course may be delivered in a blended or online format.

Credit Hours
3
Prerequisites
BIOL 2325, BIOL 2325L
School
School of Arts and Sciences