A study of the fundamental principles of microbiolgy and the applications of this science. Special emphasis is placed on the relationships of microorganisms to diseases, sanitation and foods. Pre-requisites: BI 124/323 or BI 121/122, or BI 111/112. Note: Associate Degree Nursing students are not required to take the above listed pre- requisites for BI 325.
Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017