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Microbiology, Part Two

Join Part 2 of the brand-new college preparatory course studying the world of pathogenic microorganisms, their role in human disease and immunology, and treatment of infectious diseases. Learn about viruses, bacteria, disease, and more. An excellent course for those going on in the sciences.

Total classes: 12

Prerequisite: Microbiology, Part One

Suggested grade level: 10th to 12th

Suggested credit: One full semester Microbiology or Science


Let’s enter the world of pathogenic microorganisms, studying their role in human disease and immunology. By the end of Part 2 you’ll gain an understanding of microbial infection, parasitology, viruses, the interaction between microbe and host, and preventative measures. You’ll be able to describe the symptoms, causative agent, pathogenesis, epidemiology, prevention and treatment for the infectious diseases studied.


Class 1 Virus Structure

Class 2 Virus Life Cycle

Class 3 Meet the Microbes: Viruses

Class 4 Microbial Growth

Class 5 Immunology: Non-Specific

Class 6 Immunology: Specific

Class 7 Biology of Bacteria

Class 8 The Disease Process

Class 9 Fungal Infections

Class 10 Foodborne Disease

Class 11 Bloodborne Disease

Class 12 Antimicrobial Drugs

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: Students will be provided with materials and online resources free.

Homework: Expect to spend approximately two-plus hours each week outside of the classroom on vocabulary study, reading, online assignments and quizzes. Vocabulary is assigned alongside the weekly reading for better understanding of the material and to prepare the student for the live lecture. Most of the computer-graded quiz material is based on vocabulary, what is presented in class and the homework assignments. The sequence of events for each week are as follows:

  1. Read the assigned reading in the provided WordDoc
  2. Write the provided vocabulary words in your notebook
  3. Watch video
  4. Complete any online assignment
  5. Take the associated computer graded quiz for that class.
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