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Microbiology Courses

Courses:

Microbiology I
MIC 6420 General Microbiology
 
Microbiology II
MIC 6430 Infectious Diseases
 

 

MIC 642 General Microbiology

Course Description:During the first year medical students learn about all the most common pathogens involved in infectious diseases illness and their characteristics. Includes basic concepts of Immunology, Virology, Mycology, Bacteriology and Parasitology.

Repot to: Dra. Nilda Zapata


Prerequisites:
Admission to MD or PhD programs

Duration: Spring

Credits: 6

Student per Period: 60 to 70 students

 

MIC 643 Infectious Diseases

Course Description: In the second year they learn the clinical manifestations, laboratory diagnosis, and therapeutic alternatives for treating infectious diseases. It is our purpose to teach the basic knowledge of infectious diseases which is a very important part of the education of medical students and future physicians.

Repot to: Dra. Nilda Zapata

Prerequisites: MIC 6420

Duration: Fall and Spring

Credits: 4

Student per Period: 60 to 70 students


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