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* This course requires an email address and access to the internet. DEA 1135 Introduction to Microbiology Distance Education Web Course Outline Fall 2004
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GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE: COURSE NUMBER: CREDIT HOURS: CONTACT HOURS: SEQUENCE: PREREQUISITES: COREQUISITES: INTRODUCTION TO MICROBIOLOGY DEA 1135 1 1 Lecture TERM: Traditional-Fall DEAL-Fall, Spring LENGTH: 15 Weeks None None I. COURSE FORMAT: This course has a web component that uses Blackboard for online class activities. To access Blackboard you must have an email address and access to the internet. If you do not already have an account on Blackboard, go to http://bb.gulfcoast.edu/blackboard.htm and establish an account. (NOTE: One account serves all classes. You will not be able to view the course until classes begin and the instructor provides access.) Please notify your instructor once you have created an account. II. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is intended to familiarize the student with the role of microorganisms in health and disease. Microorganisms of concern to the dental practitioner will receive particular attention. III. REQUIRED TEXT : Burton, Gwendolyn R.W. and Engelkirk, Paul, G., Microbiology for the Health Sciences, 7th Ed., Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2004, ISBN # 0-7817-4000-2 , DEA 1135 – Page 2 Revised: 8/20/2011
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REFERENCES: Phinney, Donna J and Halstead, Judy H., Dental Assisting: A Comprehensive Approach, 2nd Ed., Delmar Learning, 2004, ISBN # 1-4018-3483-3 IV. COURSE OUTLINE AND INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: 1. Following this section, the student will be able to describe early events in microbiology.
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