Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Minor Code - U082
The minor in Applied and Environmental Microbiology is designed to introduce students to the beneficial and harmful roles of microorganisms in a variety of diverse environments including plants, animals, soil, food, air, and water. Emphasis is given to the importance of microorganisms in such applied areas as public health, plant disease, pollution and pollution abatement, biological control of pests, bio-deterioration, and ecology.
|A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required in all minor courses|
|A grade of C or higher must be earned in all minor courses|
|AEM 341||General Microbiology||4|
|PPTH 401||General Plant Pathology||4|
|Minimum of seven hours selected from the following: **||7|
|Applied Water Microbiology|
|Food Microbiology Lab|
AEM 493 Special Topics course
|Forest Pest Management|
PPTH course - Research-Airborne Fungi
Courses with the same title are equivalent to each other.