Innate and acquired immune systems of the human organism; immunoglobulin production, structure, function, and diversity; antigen characteristics, variety, and specific red cell groups; tolerance and memory; complement structure and function; cell mediated immunity function and regulation; autoimmune disorders; transplantation and tumor immunology; immunodeficiency disorders; principles and procedures of techniques used in modern immunology lab. Note: Non-pre-med/pre-dent students transferring into the clinical program may apply this course toward biology credits.
Why at Andrews? Flexible. Faith-based. Online.
Who can register? Open to all high school graduates
*See course schedule for self-paced and interactive full-term online formats.
Tuition: $200 per credit
Guest fee: $75 per term
Late registration fee: $100
Incomplete fee: $35
Change of registration: $35
Class Size: 25 per section to maximize interactivity