Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it provides a critical foundation for understanding microbiology in clinical settings.
This course takes basic material previously covered in biology and chemistry and provides clinical context and significance. Students learn about common bacterial and viral pathogens and the ways to control microbial growth. It presents materials broadly enough to not be overwhelming for an introductory course as well.
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Advice for students:
If you are considering this course, having a solid foundation in biology and chemistry will make mastery of the material easier. However, the material was also presented at enough of an introductory level that even with lesser understanding of these subjects, students can perform well. Do not discount the amount of time that this course requires, as a lot of topics are covered and the course moves quickly.