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Course Overview

School School of Paramedical & Allied Health Sciences
Eligibility 10+2 pass with PCB/PCM with Biology
Duration 3.5 Years
Admission Process On the basis of entrance exam/Merit

Syllabus 2021-22  Syllabus 2017-18

Medical Microbiology is a field of scientific study that includes the study of bacteria, viruses, parasites, Molecular techniques, Medical Biochemistry, etc. in connection with disease and illness. Degrees can be obtained at the Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral levels, leading to a variety of career paths. Medical microbiology is a great field for those interested in medical fields and working with a better understanding of disease and illness. In Medical Microbiology, students can also studied the diagnosis pattern of bacteria, viruses, and parasites, all of which can be seen as the cause, and often part of the cure, for various diseases.

Those with an undergraduate degree can work as research technicians in the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and academia. One specific job in this field that's available with an undergraduate degree is Medical and clinical laboratory technologist. An advanced degree could translate to a career as a college educator or contributing member of a scientific team, which eventually could result in a leadership or management position, such as the director of an immunology or clinical microbiology laboratory.

Medical microbiology includes studies of bacteria, viruses, and parasites, all of which can be seen as the cause, and often part of the cure, for various diseases. Those with an undergraduate degree can work as research technicians in the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and academia. One specific job in this field that's available with an undergraduate degree is Medical and clinical laboratory technologist. An advanced degree could translate to a career as a college educator or contributing member of a scientific team, which eventually could result in a leadership or management position, such as the director of an immunology or clinical microbiology laboratory.

Employers include:

  • Government agencies, such as the Center for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health
  • Private health care services and philanthropic organizations, such as the American Cancer Society, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and the American Heart Association
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Medical schools and university-affiliated teaching hospitals
  • Veterinary hospitals

Upward mobility in this profession requires not only scientific skills, but also good communication, business, and management techniques. With advanced education and experience, medical microbiologists can develop and manage their own research projects.

What is the Duration?

Duration : 3 ½ yrs

Highlights: The course curriculum includes 6 months internship period.

 

What is Medical Microbiology?

Medical Microbiology is a field of scientific study that includes looking at bacteria, viruses, and parasites in connection with disease and illness. Degrees can be obtained at the bachelor's, master's, doctoral and post-doctorate levels, leading to a variety of career paths. Medical microbiology is a great field for those interested in biology and working to better understand disease and illness.

 

What are the Career Options?

Medical microbiology includes studies of bacteria, viruses, and parasites, all of which can be seen as the cause, and often part of the cure, for various diseases. Those with an undergraduate degree can work as research technicians in the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and academia. One specific job in this field that's available with an undergraduate degree is Medical and clinical laboratory technologist. An advanced degree could translate to a career as a college educator or contributing member of a scientific team, which eventually could result in a leadership or management position, such as the director of an immunology or clinical microbiology laboratory.

 

Employers include:

  • Government agencies, such as the Center for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health
  • Private health care services and philanthropic organizations, such as the American Cancer Society, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and the American Heart Association
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Medical schools and university-affiliated teaching hospitals
  • Veterinary hospitals
  • Upward mobility in this profession requires not only scientific skills, but also good communication, business, and management techniques. With advanced education and experience, medical microbiologists can develop and manage their own research projects.

 

What is Educational Requirements?

Earning a bachelor's degree in medical microbiology or medical laboratory sciences gives graduates the opportunity to enter the field as technologists or teachers at the high school level, or to continue on for an advanced degree. Undergraduate programs provide coursework in theoretical and technical aspects of the field through classroom and laboratory studies. First- and second-year courses might include general microbiology, biology of microorganisms, immunology, biochemistry and anatomy. Upper division courses, such as genetics, microbial physiology, bacteriology, and hematology, focus heavily on laboratory applications.

A master's degree program in medical microbiology might prepare graduates to teach at the college and university level or to work as laboratory managers, supervisors, or research associates. Master's degree programs in microbiology focus on advanced topics and laboratory training, which helps to direct students toward research projects that correspond with their interests. Through the help of a mentor, the project is often the final arbiter toward earning a master's degree. A Ph.D. program usually begins with students choosing a particular research topic. The student then develops a hypothesis and a plan to prove it through research. Earning the degree hinges on presenting a final report and dissertation. Graduates can then obtain a postdoctoral position, which provides the opportunity for publication, a necessary step in obtaining a tenured faculty position at a college or university.

 

In summary, various medical microbiology careers such as medical and clinical laboratory technologist, microbiologist, and postsecondary biological science teacher are available based on a professional's interest and level of education.

 

What are the documents that we should submit at the time of admission?

The students seeking admission should submit the below mentioned certificates in original as it is required to verify the eligibility and to approve admission to the course by University. For Indians seeking admission - Marks card of Secondary Education (10th standard), Marks card of Higher Secondary Education (12th standard), Transfer Certificate issued by the concerned university, Migration Certificate issued by the concerned university, Date of Birth Certificate.

Program Outcome (POs)

Apply knowledge and technical skills associated with Medical Microbiology for delivering quality clinical investigations support.
Recognize routine clinical laboratory procedures within acceptable quality control parameters in medical microbiology lab (serology, virology, bacteriology, Immunology, Molecular microbiology).
Communicate technical skills, social behaviour and professional awareness for functioning effectively.
Apply problem solving techniques in identification and correction of pre analytical, post analytical & analytical variables.
Demonstrate an understanding of essential basic pathological process including cell death problems.
Identification of common pathogenic bacterial agents and associated disease, their specific mechanisms.
Develop an understanding of the patterns of clinical procedures of diagnosis of Microbial infections & infestations.
Demonstrate an understanding pathogenic viruses and associated diseases.
Function as a leader or team member in diverse professionals and medical research areas.
Function in an ethical and professional manner without bias against any ethnicity, race, religion, caste or gender.
Work on career enhancement by adapting to professional and social needs engaged in lifelong learning.
Practice professional and ethical responsibilities with high degree of credibility, integrity and social concern.

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