MICR 2211 Laboratory Techniques in Microbiology  Varies

The student will serve as a laboratory assistant for a minimum of 3 hours per week for one semester gaining practical knowledge and experience in microbiology laboratory techniques, media preparation, culture maintenance, lab preparation, and lab implementation. A knowledge of microbiology is required. Prerequisite: Must have earned a “B” or better in the course or an equivalent course in which the student will serve as lab assistant, and permission of the instructor.

 

MICR 2220 Microbiology Lab

        Required with MICR 2224

 

MICR 2303 Special Projects in Microbiology  Varies

This course can be one to four hours credit.  It may be repeated to a maximum of four hours. Projects will be in Microbiology and must be approved by the instructor prior to enrollment.  Prerequisites: MICR 2224

 

MICR 2224 Microbiology 3-3-4

Microbiology is an introductory course in Microbiology.  It includes a study of algae, fungi, protozoa, viruses and bacteria. Emphasis is to be placed on techniques involved with sterilization, infection and resistance; diagnostic testing and immunization; and importance of microorganisms to man. Laboratory experiments are designed to aid in familiarization with microbiological techniques, morphology of organisms and aseptic procedures. Prerequisites:  one course in college level-chemistry and, ZOO 1114,  BIOL 1214, or, BOT 1114. OSRHE Matrix: BI 301

 

MICR 2225 Microbiology 4-4-5

Microbiology is an introductory course in Microbiology.  It includes a study of algae, fungi, protozoa, viruses and bacteria.  Emphasis is to be placed on techniques involved with sterilization, infection and resistance; diagnostic testing and immunization; and importance of microorganisms to man.  Laboratory experiments are designed to aid in familiarization with microbiological techniques, morphology of organisms and aseptic procedures.  Prerequisite:  one course in college level-chemistry and, ZOO 1114, or  BIOL 1214, or BOT 1114. 

 

MICR 2300 Special Projects in Microbiology

This course can be one to four hours credit.  It may be repeated to a maximum of four hours. Projects will be in Microbiology and must be approved by the instructor prior to enrollment. 

 

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