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MICR 208

MICR208 is a second year Didactic Laboratory-Lecture integrated Course in the Medical Laboratory Science program. While developing and demonstrating entry level professional behaviors, students will learn quality and safety procedures as they apply in the clinical laboratory and the correct measures for data and specimen procurement, analytical techniques including antimicrobial susceptibility testing and mass spectrometry, interpretation, reporting and validation in Clinical Microbiology. Students will use their critical thinking and investigative skills to make connections between the isolation/detection of microorganisms in clinical specimens and health and disease. A final comprehensive examination assesses students’ retention and agility with an expanded knowledge base of MICR203 and MICR208 learning outcomes.