Course Descriptions

BIOE 300 Special Topics (1-3 s.h.)

Content to be determined as required for accreditation or to fill specified needs or interests.

BIOE 303 Human Genetics (3 s.h.)

Principles of heredity, including classical genetics, population genetics, cancer genetics and current genetic technology. Prerequisites: Biology 104 or equivalent; Biology 253 or 325; Chemistry 152 or 343, or permission of instructor.

BIOE 317 Laboratory Management Seminar (2 s.h.)

General introduction to laboratory management for the medical laboratory technologist; emphasis on theories, methods, and techniques used in management, with specific application to the laboratory.

BIOE 325 Microbiology (3 s.h.)

Bacterial and viral classification, structure, physiology, genetics, pathogenicity and immunology; methods of cultivation, identification, and control of microorganisms. Prerequisites: Biology 104 or equivalent; Chemistry 152 or 343.

BIOE 330 Cell Biology ( 3 s.h.)

Biological processes in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, with emphasis on the correlation between structure and function on the molecular level. Prerequisites: Biology 104 or equivalent; Pre- or Co-requisite: Chemistry 152 or 343.

BIOE 346 Parasitology (3 s.h.)

Morphology, taxonomy, identification, life history, host-parasite relationship, and control of protozoan, helminth, and arthropod parasites. Prerequisite: Biology 104 or equivalent.

BIOE 427 - 428 Biochemistry I, II (3 s.h., each)

Introduction to the fundamental aspects of biochemistry; emphasizes the relationship between structure and function of the major classes of macromolecules in living systems. Metabolic interrelationships and control mechanisms are discussed as well as the biochemical basis of human disease.

BIOE 455 Immunology (3 s.h.)

Major topics considered in this course are antibody formation, antigen-antibody interactions, biological effects of immunologic reactions, immunological specificity of normal diseased cells and tissue.

BIOE 475 Seminar (3 s.h.)

Presentation of reports, discussions, lectures and papers on selected topics in biology.

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