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(August 1, 2020)

The curriculum for BIOL 3702 and BIOL 3702H has been designed to encompass the recommendations set forth by the American Society for Microbiology, which can be accessed at the following URL:

https://www.asm.org/Guideline/ASM-Curriculum-Guidelines-for-Undergraduate-Microb

A PDF document entitled “Lecture Overviews and Learning Outcomes” is available through the highlighted link and is also posted in the “Files” section of the CONNECT learning platform.  This file focuses on selected lecture concepts and goals.  Students are encouraged to use the information contained therein to help guide their learning experience in this course. 

Likewise, for both BIOL 3702L and BIOL 3702H, separate PDFs containing the laboratory learning objectives and outcomes can be downloaded from the following links: BIOL 3702L and BIOL 3702H Lab.  These documents are also posted in the “Files” section of the CONNECT learning platform.  Again, students are encouraged to use these documents to facilitate their understanding of basic microbiological concepts and skills in these laboratories. 

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