Microbiology & Environmental Toxicology Summer Courses


    Microbiology

  • METX 119-01

    Session 1

    Prerequisites lifted in summer for visiting students.

    Cell and molecular biology of bacteria and their viruses, including applications in medicine, public health, agriculture, and biotechnology. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 101 or BIOC 100A.

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    Instructor: Jiun Fong


  • Microbiology (online)

  • METX 119-02

    Session 1

    Online Only Class. Prerequisites lifted in summer for visiting students.

    Cell and molecular biology of bacteria and their viruses, including applications in medicine, public health, agriculture, and biotechnology. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 101 or BIOC 100A. Draft syllabus

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    Instructor: Karen Ottemann


  • Microbiology Laboratory

  • METX 119L-01

    Session 1

    Prerequisites lifted in summer for visiting students.

    An introduction to the principles and practices of laboratory microbiology, with a substantial presentation of optical microscopy. Students are billed a materials fee. Prerequisite(s): previous or concurrent enrollment in course 119 required; satisfaction of Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements. Enrollment restricted to biological sciences and affiliated majors; biology minors; other majors by permission. (General Education Code(s): W.)

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    Instructor: Todd Hillaker


  • Microbiology Laboratory

  • METX 119L-02

    Session 1

    Prerequisites lifted in summer for visiting students.

    An introduction to the principles and practices of laboratory microbiology, with a substantial presentation of optical microscopy. Students are billed a materials fee. Prerequisite(s): previous or concurrent enrollment in course 119 required; satisfaction of Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements. Enrollment restricted to biological sciences and affiliated majors; biology minors; other majors by permission. (General Education Code(s): W.)

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    Instructor: Todd Hillaker


  • Functional Anatomy

  • METX 135

    Session 2

    If you do not meet prerequisites, but have applicable experience, contact instructor.

    A rigorous systems-based course in anatomy. Lectures provide an overview of functional anatomy at all levels from the systems to the tissues. Provides a mechanistic understanding of the structures of the body as a foundation for human-health oriented studies. (Formerly BIOL 135.) Prerequisite(s): courses 20A and Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary 20B. Concurrent enrollment in course 135L is required. Enrollment restricted to biological sciences majors and affiliated majors and biology minors.

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    Instructor: Manel Camps


  • Functional Anatomy Lab (2 credits)

  • METX 135L-01

    Session 2 

    If you do not meet prerequisites, but have applicable experience, contact instructor.

    Complements lecture course 135. Emphasizes nomenclature and recognition; includes the embryology and histology of bones, muscles, and internal organs, and the interactions between the systems of the body. Students are billed a materials fee. (Formerly BIOL 135L.) Prerequisite(s): BIOL 20A and BIOE 20B. Enrollment restricted to biological sciences majors and affiliated majors and biology minors. Concurrent enrollment in METX 135 is required. 

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    Instructor: Manel Camps


  • Functional Anatomy Lab (2 credits)

  • METX 135L-02

    Session 2 

    If you do not meet prerequisites, but have applicable experience, contact instructor.

    Complements lecture course 135. Emphasizes nomenclature and recognition; includes the embryology and histology of bones, muscles, and internal organs, and the interactions between the systems of the body. Students are billed a materials fee. (Formerly BIOL 135L.) Prerequisite(s): BIOL 20A and BIOE 20B. Enrollment restricted to biological sciences majors and affiliated majors and biology minors. Concurrent enrollment in METX 135 is required. 

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    Instructor: Manel Camps