|(4 cr.) This Immunology course involves the topics of
vaccines and vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs).
The purpose of the course is to examine and
discuss the current understanding of the
vaccinations, as well as the historical and
current implication of VPDs. By the end of the
semester, the student should be able to learn how
vaccines work, how they are made, who recommends
vaccines, when they should be given, if they are
still necessary, and, to answer questions
regarding their use and safety. Prerequisite:
BMS 213 or 370 (or BIO 102 with advisor/professor
recommendation and permission of instructor).
Students may only take one (BMS 378, HSC 378 or
BMS 525 for credit.)
Prerequisite: BMS 213 or BMS 370; Every Year, Fall|