M.Sc. (Microbiology) Master of Science in Microbiology
M.Sc. Microbiology or Master of Science in Microbiology is a postgraduate Microbiology course. Biochemistry is the discipline in which scientists combine chemistry and biology to investigate living systems and their relationship to the environment. M.Sc. (Microbiology) covers the studies of micro organisms and their effect on humans. It gives the theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject. The duration of M.Sc. in Microbiology is two academic years and the syllabus is divided into four semesters. The syllabus for the course is divided into four semesters.
M.Sc. Microbiology Eligibility
The candidates should complete their B.Sc. under any registered University in respective subjects with two subjects combination among Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Human Genetics, Environmental Sciences, Home Science, Dairy Sciences, Fisheries, App. Nutrition, Nutrition and Dietetics, Biotechnology, Medical Lab. Technology, Public Health, Nursing, Plant Protection, Agriculture and Horticulture or Forestry, B.Sc. Agriculture, B.Sc. Home Science in Science stream.
The marks of admission for this course vary from University to University.
Applicants those who have the capability of performing the following activities such as perform shake-flask studies strain improvement, fermentation process development, media optimization etc. can go for this course.
Students possess grip in chemistry, mathematics, biology, and physics include good writing and verbal skills are good suit for it.
A student interested in biochemistry may like to perform experiments or is inquisitive about how things work also can apply for it.
They should be able to identify, select, organise and communicate information; working as part of a small team, recognising the opinions and views of all members of the team.
How is M.Sc. Microbiology Course Beneficial?
Microbiologists work in hospitals in pathology or cytology laboratories.
In the pharmaceutical industries opportunities exist in the R&D division.
In Agricultural research microbiologists are recruited for conducting research. Microbiology and immunology provide major inputs to biotechnology and hence several organizations involved in Biotechnological research offer opportunities.
To handle industrial production organisms or cultures on various aspects including preservation and maintenance and carry out various microbiological operations involved in bacterial and fungal fermentations from Lab-scale to Pilot-scale to Industrial-scale.