BSc Microbiology provides a detailed study of microorganisms and their effect on the human body in it’s three year undergraduate course. The BSc Microbiology syllabus also contains information of different types of viruses and bacteria and how they function in a human cell.
Diverse opportunities: A graduate degree in Microbiology can open up job opportunities of the candidates in various unique profiles such as Bacteriologist, Virologist, cell biologist, Mycologists and many more.
Higher Education: Candidates after completion of the course can opt for higher education’s by enrolling them in the MSc programs such as MSc Microbiology, MSc in Applied Microbiology, MSc Medical Microbiology, and MSc Microbial Genetics and Bioinformatics. A PG degree also increases the job prospect for the candidates. Similarly, the candidates can opt for PhD courses after completing their PG.
Research opportunities: Most of the microbes quickly change their genetic structures. This opens up opportunities for research. Microbiologists continuously research microbes to understand the next wave of infectious diseases, environmental impact of microbes, effect on microbes on food products and many more.
The salient features of this course is to make perfect and professional Teachers, Lecturers, Asst. Professors and Professors in various subjects.