DR. S.V. SINGH, OMBUDSPERSON - E-mail ID: ombudsperson@santosh.ac.in

Microbiology is the most important medical discipline of biology that helps to detect disease-causing organisms like microbes, pathogens, or various kind of viruses that are responsible for causing disease in human and animal. Msc Medical Microbiology course is offred by santosh deemed university in NCR Delhi with Excillent faculty and affordable fees. The field aims to research such microbes for use in industrial, agriculture, genital engineering, modern medicine, food, and beverage, and the fermentation industry.


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Eligibility Criteria:

The Candidate who possesses Bsc. ZBC (Zoology/ Botany/ Chemistry),
Bsc. Anatomy/ BDS/ BMLT/ BPT/ BMM/ B.Pharma./ BAMS/ Biotechnology with at least 50% aggregate Marks.


Course Outline:

First Year

  1. Human Anatomy & Physiology
  2. General pathology & General Microbiology
  3. Basic of biochemistry, laboratory instruments & reagents
  4. Quality control and biostatistics

Second Year

  1. Immunology
  2. Systematic bacteriology
  3. Parasitology

 Third Year

  1. Mycology & virology
  2. Applied Microbiology
  3. Automation in medical microbiology 


Career Prospectives:


An MSc in Medical Microbiology opens up several career opportunities in various fields. Graduates can work in research and development in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, diagnostic laboratory work, public health administration, and academic research and teaching. Here are some of the career prospects for graduates with an MSc in Medical Microbiology:


Microbiologist: Microbiologists work in laboratories to study microorganisms and their effects on humans, animals, plants, and the environment. They develop new techniques and technologies to identify and treat microbial infections.

Medical Laboratory Technologist: Medical laboratory technologists work in diagnostic laboratories and perform tests on biological specimens to identify infectious agents and help diagnose diseases.

Epidemiologist: Epidemiologists study the incidence, prevalence, and distribution of diseases in populations. They investigate outbreaks of infectious diseases and develop strategies to prevent and control the spread of infectious diseases.

Pharmaceutical Researcher: Pharmaceutical researchers work in the development and testing of new drugs and therapies to treat infectious diseases.

Public Health Officer: Public health officers work in government agencies to develop and implement policies to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and promote public health.

Academic Researcher: Academic researchers work in universities and research institutions to conduct research on infectious diseases and develop new treatments and prevention strategies.

Overall, the demand for medical microbiologists is increasing due to the increasing incidence of infectious diseases and the need for new diagnostic and treatment methods. Graduates with an MSc in Medical Microbiology are well-positioned to pursue rewarding careers in this field.