BSc Microbiology course involves the study of microorganisms with particular emphasis on the biology of bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoan parasites. Microbiologists are needed to do the research required for the future battle against infectious diseases worldwide, understanding the environmental importance of microbes and to exploit them for food production, biotechnological and industrial applications. The main focus of our course is the pathogenic potential of the organisms that cause disease in man. You will also cover aspects of the biochemistry, physiology and genetics of microorganisms.
Ph.D. in Microbiology is a 2-year doctorate degree in Microbiology. Upon completion of the course, for procurement of the degree, scholars are needed to submit a detailed thesis. As an academic discipline, Microbiology is an advanced study of microorganisms, which are microscopic, unicellular, and cell-cluster organisms. This includes eukaryotes such as fungi and protists and prokaryotes. Infections and prions, however not entirely classed as living creatures, are likewise considered as part of the discipline. Microbiology typically includes the study of the immune system or Immunology.