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BIO 120. Bacteria in Health and Disease. 3 Units.

Enrollment limited to junior and senior undergraduates, graduate students and medical students. Introduces students to the bacteria that live in and on humans and, in some cases, can cause disease and sometimes death. Topics include the biology of the interaction of the simple microbe with complex human biology and the factors that determine whether or not we coexist relatively peacefully, suffer from overt disease, or succumb to the bacterial onslaught.
Same as: MI 120

School of Engineering

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...the following: BIO 82 Genetics , BIO 83 Biochemistry...consider enrolling in ENGR 120. Programs in Manufacturing...

Undergraduate Major Unit Requirements

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...136 ), BIO 168 , BIO 196A , BIO 197WA , BIO...86 33-34 110-120 Senior Project and...

Bioengineering

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...to two courses of BIO core. CHEM 31A...transfer students), have completed 120 undergraduate units, and...

Civil and Environmental Engineering

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...in Global Health, Stanford Bio-X, the Environmental...earned a minimum of 120 units towards graduation...