BIO 432 — Immunology
Semester hours: 3 (3R) Offered: II Instructor: Shibata
This lecture course is designed to present the basic principles and concepts of immunology. Topics such as organization of the immune system, evolution of the immune system, and cellular and molecular mechanisms used by the immune system to protect organisms from disease are discussed in detail. Additionally, course material examines the practical application of immunological experimental advances in basic and medical science.
Prerequisites: P: BIO 201, 202, 205 & 206, and BIO 317 or BIO 362
Satisfies: Molecular/Cellular Biology requirement