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MLT 255 Clinical Microbiology with Applications 6 Credits. 3 Lecture Hours. 9 Lab Hours.

A course on the theory and practice of clinical microbiology. Topics include: clinical significance and identification and antimicrobial susceptibility of pathogenic bacteria with introduction to other microorganisms. The course includes a two-week applications component performing clinical bacteriology procedures in an on-campus simulated laboratory setting. Students must successfully complete the theory course component in order to continue with the applications component.
Prerequisites: MLT 295
Corequisites: MLT 210: Clinical Immunology and Serology
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