MICR 320 Microbes in Health and Disease
MICR 320 Microbes in Health and Disease Units: 3.00
This course will focus on the roles of microbes in health (human microbiome) and disease (pathogens). The molecular mechanisms of bacterial/viral virulence and the host response will be examined in order to develop an in depth understanding of the etiology of infectious diseases and the benefits derived from the human microbiome. Consult the Bachelor of Health Sciences program office
NOTE Also offered online. Learning Hours may vary.
Requirements: Minimum 3rd year (Level 3) standing and one of (MICR 221/3.0; MICR 271/3.0; MICR 229/3.0) and one of (MICR 360/3.0; MICR 386/3.0; BMED 386/3.0). Exclusion MICR 382/3.0
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences
Concurrent Education Degree Requirements
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