MLT-124 - Medical Microbiology 1

3 credits

Medical Microbiology 1 is an introduction to clinical microbiology laboratory and the routine medically significant organisms. The course will include the principal characteristics and procedures used in clinical microbiology to identify normal flora and medically significant bacteria. The laboratory identification of the organism is based on morphological, cultural, and biochemical characteristics. Additional topics will include safety in the microbiology lab, quality control, and antimicrobial sensitivity testing.

Corequisite(s): MLT 124L 

Previously known as: CLLS-213