Launch your career with our B.Sc Medical Microbiology program. Experienced faculty, hands-on learning, and industry connections.
A BSc in Medical Microbiology can open up a range of career opportunities in various fields, including:
● Clinical Microbiologist
● Research Scientist
● Pharmaceutical Sales
● Medical Writer
● Quality Control Analyst
● Public Health Microbiologist
● Environmental Microbiologist
Overall, a BSc in Medical Microbiology offers a variety of career opportunities in healthcare, research, and industry.
B.Sc Medical Microbiology is a subfield of medicine called microbiology studies microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. These bacteria can infect people with several ailments. Students who major in medical microbiology gain an understanding of Immunology, Disease Pathology, and Microbial Pathogenesis.
Here is a brief overview of some of the major subjects covered in the B.Sc Medical Microbiology curriculum:
● Introduction To Microbiology: This course covers the basics of microbiology, including the history of microbiology, microbial diversity, and microbial physiology.
● Medical Microbiology: This course focuses on the study of microorganisms that cause human diseases, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.
● Immunology: This course covers the immune system and its function, including the mechanisms of innate and adaptive immunity, immunological disorders, and immunotherapy.
● Microbial Genetics: This course covers the molecular biology of microorganisms, including genetic mechanisms, DNA replication, gene expression, and genetic engineering.
● Virology: This course focuses on the study of viruses, including their structure, replication, and pathogenesis.
● Medical Parasitology: This course covers the study of parasitic organisms that cause diseases in humans, including their life cycles, pathogenesis, and treatment.
● Medical Bacteriology: This course covers the study of bacteria that cause human diseases, including their classification, pathogenesis, and antimicrobial resistance.
● Medical Mycology: This course covers the study of fungi that cause human diseases, including their classification, pathogenesis, and treatment.
● Clinical Microbiology: This course focuses on the practical aspects of medical microbiology, including laboratory techniques for diagnosing infectious diseases, microbial identification, and antimicrobial susceptibility testing.
● Biostatistics: This course covers statistical methods used in the analysis of biological data, including experimental design, hypothesis testing, and data interpretation.
The application process at Graphic Era is strictly based on the Merit of the qualifying examination with the entire Admission Process available for completion online