Immunology (biol 352)

A broad study of the immune system, including humoral and cell mediated immunity, antigen receptor formation, antigen presentation, lymphatic tissue anatomy, and various pathologies of the immune system will be covered. The lab portion of the course will cover the application of these principles to modern experimental work. Prerequisites: CHEM113 - General Chemistry I and Lab and CHEM114 - General Chemistry II and Lab. Recommended: BIOL360 - Microbiology and Lab, CHEM215 - Organic Chemistry I and Lab, CHEM216 - Organic Chemistry II and Lab.

BIOL352 is a 4 credit course.