Course Description

AGS 150 - General Microbiology for Food and Agriculture | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
AGS 150 - General Microbiology for Food and Agriculture

An introduction to the basic principles relating to microorganisms and contaminants associated with food and fiber production. Students will gain an awareness and understanding of pathogens, contaminants, and control methods associated with fresh and processed foods while maintaining quality. The course is designed for a student interested in agriculture and food production. This is a Natural Science course. Three class hours. Two lab hours. (SUNY-NS)

4 Credits

Course Offered Fall only

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Fall Semester 2014

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