BIOL275 - MICROBIOLOGY

Microbiology plays a central role in diverse areas of human life such as infectious disease, ecology, and biotechnology. This course will cover aspects of modern microbiology with an emphasis on prokaryotic organisms. The topics will include basic aspects of microbial diversity, genetics, and pathogenesis as well as examples of applied microbiology. This course is open to students in the College of Liberal and Professional Studies only.
Section 601 - LEC
F 0400PM-0530PM
DILKS, KIERAN
GODDARD LAB 101
Section 602 - LAB
F 0530PM-0830PM
DILKS, KIERAN
STEPHEN A. LEVIN BUILDING L11
Section 603 - LAB
F 0530PM-0830PM
COTTONE, AMANDA
STEPHEN A. LEVIN BUILDING L12