Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
10-506-150 058874 Environmental Microbiology
Outline of Instruction
|10-506-150 ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY...a study of the background and role of bacterial analysis. Sampling and analytic methods including quality control procedures and environmental parameters are studied and related to applicable standards. (Prerequisite: 10-506-147, Environmental Biology)|
Prior Learning Assessments
Practice Proper Sampling Techniques
Write appropriate bacteriological report forms and lab notebook
Apply Proper Preservation and Storage Techniques
Explain Laboratory Equipment and Instruments
Apply proper handling and examination of microbiological cultures
Classify Microorganisms Based on Differentiating Characteristics
Explain the connection between microbiological samples and public notification
Describe microbial cell structures and their metabolic functions
Examine the chemical and physical requirements for microbial growth and growth control.
Analyze the interactions and impact of microorganisms on humans
Examine the natural roles of microorganisms in the environment and their contributions to the ecological balance.
Analyze the methods used for assessing water quality and purifying contaminated water and soil.
Explain how microorganisms are used in water and wastewater treatment
Explain the Quality Assurance / Quality Control System