Bacteria and Bacterial Disease
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Lectures covered the content from second year microbiology units in greater detail. Content was pitched well and sources were provided. Labs were run every week, allowing students to improve their lab skills. Some labs took longer than others and some felt rushed at times but overall we were able to complete the labs on time. The assignment (lab report), mid-semester test and lab test were all fair. The final exam included MCQs and extended answer questions and was also fair. Overall this unit was well organised and very interesting.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Early lectures and labs repeat information from MICR2208. Later lectures are mainly bacterial genetics. Barbara Chang is the best. Labs were very full on (not enough time to complete some labs let alone understand them) but there was talk they were going to be modified for later years. Examinations include extended answer, short answer and multiple choice components.