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1 632 MICROBIOLOGY PROGRAM The Department of Microbiology offers 2 areas of specification; Microbiology (MIC) and Food Science & Technology (FST). Currently the Department offers 3 curriculums. - Bachelor Degree of Science in Microbiology : B.Sc. (Microbiology) - Bachelor Degree of Science in Food Science and Technology : B.Sc. ( Food Science and Technology) - Master Degree of Science in Applied Microbiology : M.Sc. ( Applied Microbiology) A total of 450 students, 400 undergraduates and 50 graduates, are in the department. The microbiology program provides basic concepts in forms, structures and functions of a variety of microorganisms and applications of microorganisms to food, agriculture, medicine and environment. Students have to complete requirements at least 140 credits for graduation.

2 633 MICROBIOLOGY PROGRAM PROGRAM TITLE DEGREE TITLE Bachelor of Science Program in Microbiology Bachelor of Science (Microbiology) B.Sc. (Microbiology) PROGRAM STRUCTURE 1. General Education Courses 40 Credits 1.1 Social Science and Humanities 13 Credits 1.2 Linguistics 9 Credits 1.3 Science and Mathematics 18 Credits 2. Field of Specialization Courses 94 Credits 2.1 Core Courses 37 Credits - Science and Mathematics 29 Credits - Basic Engineering 8 Credits 2.2 Major Courses 42 Credits - Compulsory 34 Credits - Electives 6 Credits - Industrial training 2 Credits 2.3 Minor Courses 15 Credits Student is required to take the minor courses from Sciences or Engineering subjects minimum of 15 credits. 3. Free Electives Courses 6 Credits Total Program Credits 140 Credits

3 634 Curriculum 1. General Education Courses 40 credits 1.1 Social science and humanities 13 credits SSC 101 Physical Education 1 ( ) SSC 210 Man and Ethics for Quality of Life 3 ( ) SSC 260 Introduction to Social Sciences 3 ( ) SSC 290 Environment and Development 3 ( ) SSC xxx Social science and humanities Electives 3 ( ) The students select 1 course from the following courses SSC 162 Society and Culture 3 ( ) SSC 211 General Philosophy 3 ( ) SSC 212 Introduction to Ethics 3 ( ) SSC 213 Introduction to Logic 3 ( ) SSC 214 Ethics and Reasoning 3 ( ) SSC 221 History of Civilization 3 ( ) SSC 231 General Psychology 3 ( ) SSC 241 Principle of Political Science 3 ( ) SSC 251 Principles of Jurisprudence 3 ( ) SSC 261 Human and Society 3 ( ) SSC 271 Managerial Accounting 3 ( ) SSC 272 Production Cost 3 ( ) SSC 281 Economics 3 ( ) SSC 291 Human and Environment 3 ( ) SSC 311 Buddhist Philosophy 3 ( ) SSC 331 Human Relations 3 ( ) SSC 333 Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 ( ) SSC 334 Psychology of Adjustment 3 ( ) SSC 335 Managerial Psychology 3 ( ) SSC 336 The Art of Living with Others 3 ( ) SSC 351 Labor Law 3 ( ) SSC 371 Marketing 3 ( ) SSC 372 Personnel Management 3 ( ) 1.2 Linguistics 9 Credits LNG 101 Fundamental English I 3 ( ) LNG 102 Fundamental English II 3 ( ) LNG 103 Fundamental English III 3 ( ) LNG 104 Content based Language Learning I 3 ( ) Note 1. Student must to pass a Placement Test to divide two Group Group A : LNG 101, 102 and 103 Group B : LNG 102, 103 and Student must earn the compulsory course within two years. 1.3 Science and Mathematics 18 Credits 1. Mathematics MTH 111 Calculus I 3 ( ) MTH 112 Calculus II 3 ( )

4 Basic Science CHM 101 General Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 161 General Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) MIC 101 General Biology 3 ( ) MIC 191 General Biology Laboratory 1 ( ) PHY 101 General Physics I 3 ( ) PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1 ( ) 2. Field of Specialization Courses 94 credits 2.1 Core Courses 37 Credits Basic Science and Mathematics 29 Credits 1. Mathematics MTH 164 Computer Programming 3 ( ) MTH 253 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 ( ) MTH 276 Biostatistics 3 ( ) 2. Basic Sciences CHM 102 General Chemistry II 3 ( ) CHM 162 General Chemistry Laboratory II 1 ( ) CHM 211 Organic Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 261 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) CHM 212 Organic Chemistry II 3 ( ) CHM 262 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 1 ( ) CHM 221 Analytical Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 263 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) PHY 102 General Physics II 3 ( ) PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1 ( ) Basic Engineering 8 Credits MEE 113 Engineering Drawing 2 ( ) CHE 101 Mass and Energy Balances I 2 ( ) EEE 103 Electrotechnology (Power& Electronics) 3 ( ) EEE 104 Electrotechnology (Power & Electronics) Laboratory 1 ( ) 2.2 Major Courses 42 Credits Compulsory 34 Credits MIC 211 General Microbiology 3 ( ) MIC 212 Determinative of Bacteriology 2 ( ) MIC 291 General Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 292 Determinative of Bacteriology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 301 Molecular Genetics 3 ( ) MIC 311 Yeasts and Mold 2 ( ) MIC 321 Industrial Microbiology I 2 ( )

5 636 MIC 322 Industrial Microbiology II 2 ( ) MIC 323 Food Microbiology 2 ( ) MIC 331 Biochemistry 3 ( ) MIC 391 Biochemistry Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 392 Biochemical Instrumentation Technique 1 ( ) MIC 393 Yeasts and Mold Laboratory 1 ( )MIC 394 Industrial Microbiology Laboratory I 1 ( ) MIC 395 Industrial Microbiology Laboratory II 1 ( ) MIC 396 Food Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 431 Microbial Physiology 3 ( ) MIC 497 Seminar 1 ( ) MIC 499 Independent Study 3 ( ) Elective 6 Credits The students select 6 credits from the following Courses. MIC 421 Advanced Microbiology 3 ( ) MIC 422 Applied Microbiology 3 ( ) MIC 432 Fungal Physiology 3 ( ) MIC 441 Immunology 3 ( ) MIC 442 Pathogenic Microbiology 2 ( ) MIC 443 Virology 3 ( )MIC 444 Molecular Cell Biology 3 ( ) MIC 451 Soil Microbiology 2 ( ) MIC 452 Environment Microbiology 2 ( ) MIC 456 Marine Food Biotechnology 3 ( ) MIC 491 Soil Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 492 Environment Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 494 Pathogenic Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 495 Industrial Cooperative Learning 3 ( ) Industrial Training 2 Credits MIC 399 Industrial Training 2 (S/U) 2.3 Minor Courses 15 Credits Student is required to take the minor courses from Science or Engineering subjects minimum of 15 credits. A. Science and Food Technology MIC 471 Food Preservation 3 ( ) FST 201 Introduction to Food Science & Technology 3 ( ) FST 311 Food Chemistry and Analysis 2 ( ) FST 322 Food Plant Sanitation 3 ( ) FST 391 Food Chemistry and Analysis Laboratory 1 ( ) FST 441 Quality Control of Food 3 ( ) FST 456 Beverage Technology 3 ( ) FST 459 Food Processing West Utilization 3 ( ) FST 471 Product Development 3 ( ) FST 481 Food Safety and Quality Management 3 ( )

6 637 B. Chemistry CHM 381 Air Pollution and Noise Control 3 ( ) CHM 382 Water and Wastewater Treatment 3 ( ) CHM 481 Environmental Unit Processes & Operations 3 ( ) CHM 482 Industrial Wastewater Pollution and Control 3 ( ) CHM 483 Environmental Quality Management 3 ( ) C. Chemical Engineering CHE 303 Chemical Process Studies I 3 ( ) CHE 510 Polymer Science and Technology 3 ( ) CHE 520 Petroleum and Petrochemical Technology 3 ( ) CHE 530 Industrial Waste Treatment 3 ( ) CHE 540 Biochemical Engineering 3 ( ) CHE 541 Food Science for Chemical Engineering 3 ( ) CHE 542 Food Processing 3 ( ) D. Production Engineering PRE 290 Industrial Organization and Management 3 ( ) PRE 291 Work Study 3 ( ) PRE 370 Industrial Quality Control 3 ( ) PRE 380 Engineering Economics 3 ( ) PRE 394 Industrial Safety 3 ( ) E. Environmental Engineering ENV 211 Environmental Chemistry 3 ( ) ENV 212 Water and Wastewater Laboratory 1 ( ) ENV 314 Environmental Biology 3 ( ) ENV 371 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management 3 ( ) ENV 431 Environmental Pollution and Control 3 ( ) ENV 432 Public Health Engineering 3 ( ) ENV 434 Environmental Impact Assessment and Management 3 ( ) ENV 436 Environmental and Energy 3 ( ) ENV 444 Biological Unit Processes 3 ( ) 3. Free Electives Courses 6 Credits XXX xxx Free Elective 3 ( ) XXX xxx Free Elective 3 ( ) At least six credits of free electives can be chosen from any course offered by King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi.

7 638 STUDY PLAN First Year First semester CHM 101 General Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 161 General Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) LNG 101 Fundamental English I 3 ( ) Or LNG 102 Fundamental English II MTH 111 Calculus I 3 ( ) MIC 101 General Biology 3 ( ) MIC 191 General Biology Laboratory 1 ( ) PHY 101 General Physics I 3 ( ) PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1 ( ) SSC 101 Physical Education 1 ( ) Total 19 ( ) Hour /Week = 65 Second Semester CHM 102 General Chemistry II 3 ( ) CHM 162 General Chemistry Laboratory II 1 ( ) LNG 102 Fundamental English II 3 ( ) Or LNG 103 Fundamental English III MTH 112 Calculus II 3 ( ) MTH 164 Computer Programming 3 ( ) MEE 113 Engineering Drawing 2 ( ) PHY 102 General Physics II 3 ( ) PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1 ( ) Total 19 ( ) Hour /Week = 64

8 639 Second Year First Semester CHE 101 Material and Energy Balances I 2 ( ) CHM 211 Organic Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 261 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) EEE 103 Electrotechnology (Power & Electronics) 3 ( ) LNG 103 Fundamental English III 3 ( ) Or LNG 104 Content based Language Learning I MIC 211 General Microbiology 3 ( ) MIC 291 General Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) Total 19 ( ) Hour /Week = 62 Second Semester CHM 212 Organic Chemistry II 3 ( ) CHM 262 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 1 ( ) CHM 221 Analytical Chemistry I 3 ( ) CHM 263 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory I 1 ( ) MIC 212 Determinative of Bacteriology 2 ( ) MIC 292 Determinative of Bacteriology Laboratory 1 ( ) EEE 104 Electrotechnology (Power & Electronics) Laboratory 1 ( ) SSC 210 Man and Ethics for Quality of Life 3 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) Total 18 ( ) Hour /Week = 64

9 640 Third Year First Semester MIC 311 Yeasts and Mold 2 ( ) MIC 393 Yeasts and Mold Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 331 Biochemistry 3 ( ) MIC 391 Biochemistry Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 321 Industrial Microbiology I 2 ( ) MIC 394 Industrial Microbiology Laboratory I 1 ( ) MTH 253 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 ( ) MTH 276 Biostatistics 3 ( ) SSC 260 Introduction to Social Science 3 ( ) Total 19 ( ) Hour /Week = 63 Second Semester MIC 301 Molecular Genetics 3 ( ) MIC 322 Industrial Microbiology II 2 ( ) MIC 395 Industrial Microbiology Laboratory II 1 ( ) MIC 323 Food Microbiology 2 ( ) MIC 396 Food Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) MIC 392 Biochemical Instrumentation Techniques 1 ( ) SSC 290 Environment and Development 3 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) XXX xxx Free Elective 3 ( ) Total 19 ( ) Hour /Week = 63 Summer Session MIC 399 Industrial Training 2 (S/U)

10 641 Fourth Year First Semester MIC 497 Seminar 1 ( ) MIC 499 Independent Study 3 ( ) MIC xxx Elective Major 3 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) SCC xxx Social Science & Humanities Elective 3 ( ) Total 13 ( ) Hour /Week = 47 Second Semester MIC 431 Microbial Physiology 3 ( ) MIC xxx Elective Major 3 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) XXX xxx Free Elective 3 ( ) Total 12 ( ) Hour /Week = 36 Fourth Year Industrial Cooperative Learning Student First Semester MIC 495 Industrial Cooperative Learning 3 ( ) MIC 497 Seminar 1 ( ) MIC 499 Independent Study 3 ( ) Total 7 ( ) Hour /Week = 36 Second Semester MIC 431 Microbial Physiology 3 ( ) MIC xxx Elective Major 3 ( ) MIC xxx Elective Major 3 ( ) XXX xxx Elective Minor 3 ( ) SCC xxx Social Science & Humanities Elective 3 ( ) XXX xxx Free Elective 3 ( ) Total 18 ( ) Hour /Week = 54

11 642 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS MIC 101 General Biology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: none Cell and organelles, membrane transportation, cell cycle, biomolecules, bioenergetics (enzyme; cellular respiration; photosynthesis), classical genetics, molecular genetics, modern evolution, cardiovascular system, hormones and their regulations, reproduction and cell development, immune system, biotechnology. MIC 191 General Biology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 101 or concurrently Use of light microscopes, microscopic and macroscopic examination of microbial, plant and animal cells, cell division, study on plant photosynthesis and respiration, human blood circulation, nutrition, ecosystem. MIC 211 General Microbiology 3 ( ) Prerequisite : MIC 101 Introduction to microbiology; the prokaryotic cells, the eukaryotic cells, characteristics of bacteria, fungi (molds and yeasts), algae, protozoa, mycoplasma, rickettsia, chlamydias and virus. Microbial growth, microbial genetics, microbial metabolism, environmental effect and control of microorganisms. Importance of microorganisms to environment, agriculture, industries and medicine. MIC 212 Determinative of Bacteriology 2 ( ) Prerequisite : MIC 211 Characteristics of individual groups of bacteria, classification and nomenclature. Pure cultures: isolation, identification and cultivation in laboratory. Stock cultures: how to keep microorganisms alive without any changes in morphological, physiological, biochemical and molecular properties MIC 291 General Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite : MIC 211 or concurrently Basic microbiology techniques; medium preparation, aseptic techniques, microbial count, staining and how to make pure culture. Study for microbial morphology under microscopes; bacteria, yeast, mold, protozoa, algae and actinomyces. Study for cultivation conditions for microbial growth. Extraction and detection of bacterial DNA.

12 643 MIC 292 Determinative of Bacteriology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211, MIC 291 or concurrently with MIC 212 Media preparation for bacterial culture and identification, isolation and pure culture, identification of unknown bacteria based on their physiological and biochemical properties MIC 301 Genetics 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 101 Genetic inheritance and sexual determination of living organisms, gene mapping, chromosamal abnormality and mutation, extrachromosomal inheritance, gene expression and regulation, genetics of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, genetic engineering. MIC 311 Yeasts and Molds 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 Macroscopic and microscopic structure of yeasts and molds. Classification and characteristics of yeasts and molds. Environmental and nutritional factors for growth and reproduction of yeasts and molds. Prevention and control of fungal growth. Strain improvement of yeasts and molds by genetic engineering. Importance of yeasts and molds to society, economics and industry. MIC 321 Industrial Microbiology I 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 Screening techniques for microbial capable of producing useful metabolites. Strain improvement. Conditions optimization for microbial growth and product formation. Principle of media formulation and media development for industrial utilization. Study in the details of some microbial products playing important roles in food, agriculture, medical and pharmaceutical industries. Understand the key principles of microbial processes for anticipating the development of a vast array of the new processes. MIC 322 Industrial Microbiology II 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 321 Principle of microbial growth kinetics, fundamental of fermentation, mode of fermentation, design and analysis of bioreactors, principle of scaling up, principle of enzyme kinetics, study the metabolic pathway of microorganism by using fermentation technique, analysis of the carbon flux within the cells, downstream processes.

13 644 MIC 323 Food Microbiology 2 ( ) Prerequisite : MIC 211 Microorganisms importance in food processing and food spoilage, factors affecting growth and survival of microorganisms contaminated in food (Aw, moisture content, ph), food spoilage theory, control and prevention of food spoilage with Hurdle Technology, food sanitation for food processing units. MIC 331 Biochemistry 3 ( ) Prerequisite: CHM 212 Chemistry of water, acid-base (ph), buffer, carbohydrate, protein, lipid and nucleic acid, structure and function of enzyme, coenzyme and hormone. MIC 391 Biochemistry Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite : CHM 262, MIC 311 or concurrently Use of basic instruments i.e. spectrophotometer and ph meter. Analysis of carbohydrate, fat, protein and nucleic acid. Determination of enzyme activity and properties MIC 392 Biochemical Instrumentation Techniques Prerequisite: MIC ( ) Principles and demonstration in biochemical instruments: for example, ultracentrifuge, all types of chromatography including GC and HPLC, atomic absorption spectrophotometry (AAS) and electrophoresis. Practical sessions in protein isolation and purification, DNA isolation and analysis, and genetic engineering. MIC 393 Yeasts and Mold Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 291 Screening for yeasts and molds from natural habitat. Classification and identification of yeast and mold by morphological, physiological, biochemical, and molecular technology. Observations of known yeasts and molds. Fungal growth and measurement of fungi in foods, feeds, and ecosystem. MIC 394 Industrial Microbiology I Laboratory Prerequisite: MIC ( ) Practical experiments involving screening techniques for useful microorganisms, strain improvement techniques, conditions optimization for microbial growth and product formation, fermentation process and products from fermentation.

14 645 MIC 395 Industrial Microbiology II Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 394 Experiments relevant to lecture i.e. kinetic study on microbial fermentation. MIC 396 Food Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 291 Experiments in relevant to lecture e.g. study type of microorganisms importance in food spoilage, factor affecting microorganisms in foods, selection and identification of food borne pathogens. MIC 399 Industrial training 2 (S/U) Prerequisite: none Practical training in industrial or governmental organization for at least 6 weeks during summer. MIC 421 Advanced Microbiology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 A topic selected by a staff member or a group of students. Individual or group study on topics of current interest in microbiology applied for food, health, environment and agriculture. Paper discussion and criticism, student presentation and reports are expected to be performed. A special lecture may be offered. Topics may be changed each semester. MIC 422 Applied Microbiology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 Biotechnology of classical and recent applications of microorganisms and their bioproducts for development and improvement to environment, agriculture, medical, and industry, Recent developments in molecular genetics of useful microorganisms and application of genetically engineered microbes. MIC 431 Microbial Physiology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 and MIC 331 Microbial structure and functions, growth and its regulation, physical and chemical factors affecting microbial growth, differentiation, nutrition, metabolisms of biomolecules and their energetics, synthesis of genetic materials and proteins, molecular genetics and regulation of gene expression. MIC 432 Fungal Physiology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 and MIC 331 Fungal physiology in relation to other sciences, Cultural media and their types, Growth and factors affecting growth, metabolism, Energy and energy yielding

15 646 metabolism, Fungal metabolic products, Sporulation, spore discharge and germination. Biochemistry and microbial, plant, human and animal relationship. MIC 441 Immunology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 221 and MIC 301 Anatomy of immune system, non-specific and specific immunity, humoral and cell mediated immunity, antigen and antibody, determination of antigen and antibody interaction, immunogenetics, the role of cytokines for the regulation of immune response, immune response to infectious agents and cancer, the abnormality of immune functions and pathogenesis, biotechnology for vaccine production and immunotherapy. MIC 442 Pathogenic Microbiology 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 221, MIC 301 and MIC 331 Microbiology and medicine, antimicrobial agents, sterilization and disinfection, bacterial pathogenicity, virus-cell interactions, antiviral agents, bacterial pathogens and associated diseases, viral pathogens and associated diseases, fungal pathogens and parasitic infections, diagnosis-treatment-and-control of infection. MIC 443 Virology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 221 MIC 301 and MIC 331 Overview of virology, virus structure and taxonomy, attaching and entering of virus to host cell, viral replication and transcription, translation control of viral gene expression, assembly and maturation of progeny virions, immune response and patterns of viral infection, viral pathogenesis, prevention and control of viral diseases, virus evolution and the emergence of new viruses. MIC 444 Molecular Cell Biology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 101 Structure and cell components, types and functions of biomolecules, genetic analysis in cell biology, transport across cell membrane, organelle biogenesis and protein secretion, cell motility, cell cycle, cancer development, cell injury and cell death, communication and signal transduction, hormone-receptor system, nerve cells, immune cells, integrating cells into tissues, cell development, cell technology. MIC 451 Soil Microbiology 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 221 and MIC 331 Soil structure and components, soil ecology, roles and activities of microorganisms in soil and their interactions

16 647 with environment, transformation of organic and inorganic matters in soil, nitrogen fixation, rhizosphere and mycorhiza, cycles of organic matters. MIC 452 Environment Microbiology 2 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 221 and MIC 331 Fundamental of ecology, roles of microorganisms in environment, biodegradation of xenobiotic compounds, water quality and water disinfection, biological unit processes for wastewater treatment, composting and sanitary landfills, biological control, clean technology. MIC 456 Marine Food Biotechnology 3 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 101 Basic study in types and characteristics of marine animals and the process of their products to be food sources. Seafood processing technology. Physical, chemical, biological and nutritional analysis of fresh and processed marine products. Value added products from marine animals and seafood processing wastes by biotechnology. MIC 471 Food Preservation 3 ( ) Factors affecting food deterioration. Prevention and control of food deterioration. Principles of food preservation including drying technology, freezing technology, chemicals, irradiation and microbial fermentation. Practice on such technology to make food products. MIC 491 Soil Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 291 and MIC 393 Screening for microbes from soil. Utilization of soil microbes for agricultural practice. MIC 492 Environment Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: CHM 263 Determination of physical, chemical and microbiological characteristics of soil, water and wastewater. Collection and preservation of samples. Interpretation of analyzed data to environmental practice. Industrial factory tour. MIC 494 Pathogenic Microbiology Laboratory 1 ( ) Prerequisite: MIC 211 MIC 301 and MIC 331 Specimen, specimen collection, staining methodology, microscopic examination, culture of pathogen, test for drug-susceptibility of pathogen, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA), latex agglutination test, complement fixation test, immunoblotting technique,

17 648 hybridization technique, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), cell culture. MIC 495 Industrial Cooperative Learning 3 ( ) Prerequisite: none Students have opportunities to practice in industrial sectors for weeks to learn about working, practice working skills, and/or do a project to solve real-world problems in various settings. Students will be expected to write full reports and conduct presentation concerning their industrial cooperative learning experiences. MIC 497 Seminar 1 ( ) Prerequisite: none Seminar covering topics in currently experimental and theoretical microbiology, Students choose a topic of their own interest. Presentation, discussion, questions and answers required. Report submission. MIC 499 Independent Study 3 ( ) Prerequisite: none A student conducts experiments on his/her own interest in the laboratory under his/her advisor s guidance. The student writes results in a scientific form (undergraduate thesis), presents and defenses his/her works in public.

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