I teach two undergraduate courses:
B3053: Microbiology for Nurses (Winter term). This course introduces students to the fundamentals of microbiology, with an emphasis on medical microbiology. Students learn about the different types of medically-important microorganisms, how they cause disease in humans, and how they can be controlled. In addition, we discuss the chemotherapy of infectious agents, the emergence of antibiotic resistance in microorganisms (e.g. MRSA) and nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections. This course is reserved for students admitted to the Bachelor of Nursing program or who are applying to the Nursing Fast-Track program.
B3052: Food Microbiology (Fall term). Under construction...