Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast
This unit will introduce you to five key concepts of applied microbiology in the context of fermentation and separation industries. These concepts are microbial evolution, cell structure and function, metabolic pathways, information flow and genetics, and microbial systems. You will learn how these concepts are applied in various fermentation and separation processes. In addition, you will investigate the importance of microorganisms in product safety and quality control. Your learning will involve development of fundamental conceptual knowledge with practical work taking place primarily in a lab-based setting.
|Unit name||Applied Microbiology|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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|Cradle Coast||Term 1||On-Campus||Domestic|
- International students
- Domestic students
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D1. Explain key microbiological concepts using applicable scientific terminology and examples
D2. Perform key microbiological laboratory skills using appropriate scientific tools and techniques
D3. Analyse microbiological data
D4. Apply microbiological knowledge and skills in an applied industry setting
Practice and Portfolio
P1. Apply discipline based skills and knowledge in dynamic practice situations
P2. Analyse and communicate core concepts related to discipline knowledge and practice
P3. Analyse and evaluate applications of innovative and/or entrepreneurial practice
P4. Develop and communicate understandings related to graduate attributes and transferable skills as adaptive practitioners
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