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Administered by the Department of Microbiology under the School of Life Sciences.
The Microbiology minor is designed for students from other majors who have an additional interest in the field of microbiology. Student majoring in Biology (BI) or BioHealth Sciences (BHS) cannot declare the Microbiology minor. The courses used for the MB minor may be shared with other majors, options, and minors.
Some of the courses required for the Microbiology minor have additional prerequisites or grade requirements that are separate from the MB minor. At a minimum students will need to take BI 204/205/206 or BI 211/212/213.
|*ALLIED HEALTH MICROBIOLOGY|
or MB 230
and GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY
|Choose a total of 23 credits from the classes listed in Category I and Category II below. No more than 9 credits can come from Category II|
|Category I Electives 1|
|Choose 14-23 credits from the list of courses below:|
|PRINCIPLES OF IMMUNOLOGY|
|^MICROBIAL INFLUENCES ON HUMAN HEALTH|
|MECHANISMS OF DISEASE: INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL PATHOLOGY|
|INTRODUCTORY PLANT PATHOLOGY|
|BACTERIAL MOLECULAR GENETICS|
|^MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY LAB: A WRITING INTENSIVE COURSE|
|BACTERIAL PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLISM|
|^EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND EPIDEMICS|
|MICROBIAL GENOMES, BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, AND DIVERSITY|
|PATHOGENIC MICROBES LABORATORY|
|THE HUMAN MICROBIOME|
|FOOD MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY|
|MICROBIAL GENETICS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY|
|FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE|
|FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE LAB|
|Category II Electives|
|Choose 0-9 credits from the courses listed below:|
|COMMON DISEASES OF COMPANION ANIMALS|
|*VIRUSES IN MODERN SOCIETY|
|*FUNGI IN SOCIETY|
|PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOBIOLOGY|
|FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION|
|*HIV/AIDS AND STIS IN MODERN SOCIETY|
|INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DISEASE|
|*DISEASE AND SOCIETY|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Not more than 3 credits can consist of MB 401 or MB 406. Other blanket courses (MB 403, MB 405, MB 407, MB 410) cannot be used to satisfy the minor requirement. All of these courses must be graded, not taken S/U.
Minor Code: 570