Microbiology - Accelerated Sciences (2022)

BIO231

Microbiology - Accelerated Sciences (1)

Course Description

The course is designed to convey general concepts, methods, and applications of microbiology for health sciences. The role of microorganisms in the environment and in human disease is discussed.

Highly Recommended Prerequisite: General Biology II (BIO116 and BIO116L) or equivalent

This course is the first in a two part series covering a general study of life processes, emphasizing basic concepts of biology suitable as a general education elective for non-science majors.

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Course Offerings

  • Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous) & Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous) (BIO231 + BIO231L): 4 credits

  • Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) & Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous) (BIO231 + BIO231L): 4 credits

  • Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous) Only (BIO231): 3 credits

  • Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) Only (BIO231): 3 credits

  • Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous) Only (BIO231L): 1 credit

Course Structure

Lectures

Classes begin with intensive lectures (up to five hours) led by experienced instructors. Through a mix of presentations and small-group discussions, students learn to tie key foundational concepts to clinical practice and other real-world applications. Interactive Online classes provide group-based virtual learning through Zoom. Classes happen in real-time (i.e. in a synchronous format) with required attendance during a set schedule. Self-paced online classes allow students to study on their own schedule (i.e. in an asynchronous format), as long as students meet certain assignment due dates and communicate regularly with their instructor. Students will meet individually or in small groups with instructors as needed via Zoom.

Labs

Lab courses provide hands-on experiences that complement the lectures. SCU students enjoy dedicated resources, including chemistry, microbiology, and anatomy labs.

Due to COVID-19 requirements all labs are being offered virtually. The Department of Education has asked all schools to take into consideration these emergency circumstances related to COVID-19 and online instruction. You may want to contact your transfer to institution to determine their policy about online versus on-campus labs, which may change due to the global pandemic.

Student Support

Tutoring in any subject is available to fit student schedules. SCU students can also take advantage of exclusive health sciences workshops and symposiums offered by the University.

This course is typically needed for:

  • Nursing Programs
  • Physical Therapy Programs
  • Pharmacy Programs
  • Occupational Therapy Programs
  • Medical Schools
  • Veterinary Programs
  • Dentistry Programs
  • Chiropractic Programs
  • Optometry Programs

Available Formats

All classes at SCU are recorded the same way on transcripts, there is no indication of format.

On-Campus Lecture

  • Online
    • Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous)
    • Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous)
    • Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous) & Lab
    • Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) & Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous)
    • Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) & Lab
  • On-Campus (Currently Unavailable)
    • On-Campus Lecture
    • On-Campus Lab
    • On-Campus Lecture & Lab
  • Online & On-Campus (Currently Unavailable)
    • Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) & On-Campus Lab

Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous) & Lab

Includes:
  • Access to electronic textbook
  • Lab materials (when applicable)
  • Supplemental study resources
  • Regular tutoring
Lab Credits

1 Credits

Lecture Credits

3 Credits

Tuition

$2,060.00

  • Lecture

    Sep 8, 2022 - Oct 7, 2022

    4 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    Thurs - Fri1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Allea Cauilan

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Sep 8, 2022 - Oct 7, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Thurs - Fri6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Sep 10, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022

    6 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Sep 10, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    (Video) Biology Lab || Microbiology

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Lecture

    Oct 10, 2022 - Nov 8, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Mon - Tues1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Oct 10, 2022 - Nov 8, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Oct 15, 2022 - Nov 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Oct 15, 2022 - Nov 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Lecture

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Mon - Tues1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Nov 19, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Nov 19, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous) & Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous)

Includes:
  • Access to electronic textbook
  • Lab materials (when applicable)
  • Supplemental study resources
  • Regular tutoring
Lab Credits

1 Credits

Lecture Credits

3 Credits

Tuition

$2,060.00

  • Lecture

    Sep 5, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022

    1 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Sep 5, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Sep 5, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022

    1 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Sep 8, 2022 - Oct 7, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Thurs - Fri6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Lecture

    Sep 5, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022

    1 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Sep 10, 2022 - Oct 9, 2022
    (Video) Rapid Learning: Microbiology - Microbial Classification
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Lecture

    Oct 10, 2022 - Nov 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Oct 10, 2022 - Nov 8, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Oct 10, 2022 - Nov 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Oct 15, 2022 - Nov 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Nov 17, 2022 - Dec 16, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Thurs - Fri6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Lecture

    Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Lab

    Nov 19, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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Interactive Online Lecture (Synchronous)

Includes:
  • Access to electronic textbook
  • Lab materials (when applicable)
  • Supplemental study resources
  • Regular tutoring
Lecture Credits

3 Credits

Tuition

$1545.00

  • Sep 8, 2022- Oct 7, 2022

    4 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    Thurs - Fri1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Allea Cauilan

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Sep 10, 2022- Oct 9, 2022

    6 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

    Register

  • Oct 10, 2022- Nov 8, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Mon - Tues1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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    (Video) ALTERNATIVE AND RAPID MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS: MICROBIOLOGY OF THE 21ST CENTURY
  • Oct 15, 2022- Nov 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Nov 14, 2022- Dec 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Mon - Tues1:00PM - 5:30PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Nov 19, 2022- Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    Sat - Sun8:30AM - 1:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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Self-Paced Online Lecture (Asynchronous)

Includes:
  • Access to electronic textbook
  • Lab materials (when applicable)
  • Supplemental study resources
  • Regular tutoring
Lecture Credits

3 Credits

Tuition

$1545.00

  • Sep 5, 2022- Oct 9, 2022

    1 days left to register

    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Oct 10, 2022- Nov 13, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Annabella Kraut

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Nov 14, 2022- Dec 18, 2022
    Class Schedule

    No specific class times

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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Interactive Online Lab (Synchronous)

Includes:
  • Access to electronic textbook
  • Lab materials (when applicable)
  • Supplemental study resources
  • Regular tutoring
Lab Credits

1 Credits

Tuition

$515.00

  • Sep 5, 2022- Oct 9, 2022

    1 days left to register

    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Sep 8, 2022- Oct 7, 2022

    4 days left to register

    Lab Schedule

    Thurs - Fri6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Sep 10, 2022- Oct 9, 2022

    6 days left to register

    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Oct 10, 2022- Nov 8, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Oct 15, 2022- Nov 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Nov 14, 2022- Dec 13, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Mon - Tues6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • (Video) Lab Exercise 1: Introduction to Microbiology

    Nov 17, 2022- Dec 16, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Thurs - Fri6:00PM - 9:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Diana Browning

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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  • Nov 19, 2022- Dec 18, 2022
    Lab Schedule

    Sat - Sun2:00PM - 5:00PM PST

    Instructor

    Tara Solgi

    Duration

    5 Weeks

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On-Campus Lecture

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On-Campus Lab

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On-Campus Lecture & Lab

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Online Lecture & On-Campus Lab

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Transferable Single Course Credits

Our regionally accredited courses are designed to meet the standard requirements for most healthcare graduate programs. Before enrolling, check to confirm with your institution that your course will transfer.

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BIO241

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FAQs

What is the best microbiology course? ›

Let's explore some of these popular Microbiology courses in further detail:
  • BSc in Industrial Microbiology. ...
  • BSc in Food Technology. ...
  • BSc in Clinical Microbiology. ...
  • MSc in Microbiology. ...
  • MSc in Medical Microbiology. ...
  • MSc in Microbial Genetics and Bioinformatics. ...
  • Master in Molecular Biology and Environmental Microbiology.
Nov 17, 2020

Can I take Microbiology online? ›

Taking StraighterLine's online microbiology course with lab is a low-cost way to fulfill one of your general education science requirements or complete a prerequisite you need for a degree in healthcare. Most students can complete this class online within 4-6 weeks but many are able to finish it in less than 30 days.

Is studying microbiology hard? ›

Microbiology is a hard subject to study. It's very detail heavy; requiring you to remember a lot of facts about microscopic organisms, morphologies and modes of action. Without some basic knowledge of biology and chemistry, or the ability to memorize things easily, it's likely you'll struggle.

How do I become a microbiologist in Ireland? ›

A degree in a relevant science subject is normally required for entry. Clinical Microbiologists must be medical graduates and have completed higher specialist training in accredited centres and obtained membership of the Royal College of Pathologists in London or an equivalent qualification deemed to be of equal merit.

Are microbiologists in demand? ›

Employment of microbiologists is projected to grow 5 percent from 2020 to 2030, slower than the average for all occupations. Despite limited employment growth, about 2,000 openings for microbiologists are projected each year, on average, over the decade.

What are the 8 fields of microbiology? ›

Pure microbiology
  • Bacteriology: the study of bacteria.
  • Mycology: the study of fungi.
  • Protozoology: the study of protozoa.
  • Phycology/algology: the study of algae.
  • Parasitology: the study of parasites.
  • Immunology: the study of the immune system.
  • Virology: the study of viruses.
  • Nematology: the study of nematodes.

How hard is online Microbiology? ›

It is a difficult class to wrap your head around at first and if you have a good instructor, they will make it much easier to understand.

What's a prerequisite for Microbiology? ›

All majors within the Department of Biological Sciences must also complete Corequisite Courses in Chemistry, Math, and Physics; these courses give you the scientific background to maximize your education within the Microbiology major.

Is Microbiology related to medicine? ›

Microbiology plays a significant role in medical devices, such as fluorescent fusion, which are used for fast and precise detection of pathogens in tissue samples. It is a technology for carrying out immunofluorescence studies that may be applied to find specific cells in complex biological systems.

Is microbiology major harder than biology? ›

Full Member. Microbio is definitely the harder major at our school. But your school could be very different. If you feel like you would do better with a microbio major, and you feel that you have an interest in the area, then I would suggest a switch.

Is it worth to study microbiology? ›

Microbiology is an excellent major for undergraduate students who want a good general education with emphasis on an important and interesting branch of biology. Microbiology is also an excellent preparatory major for students interested in medical, dental and other health professional training.

Which is better microbiology or biochemistry? ›

Biochemistry has a better scope than microbiology but both are research oriented.

How much does a microbiologist make in Ireland? ›

A person working as a Microbiologist in Ireland typically earns around 88,000 EUR per year. Salaries range from 43,100 EUR (lowest) to 137,000 EUR (highest). This is the average yearly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Can a microbiologist work in hospitals? ›

Some microbiologists work as clinical scientists in hospitals, universities and medical school laboratories where they carry out research and give scientific advice to medical staff.

How long is a degree in microbiology? ›

A Bachelor of Science (BSc) in microbiology typically takes three years to complete. There are two semesters per year, for a total of six semesters. If you choose to continue to postgraduate study, a Master of Science (MSc) typically takes one or two years to complete.

Which is better biomedical science or microbiology? ›

Biomedical science has alot more career opportunities than microbiology!! If you are going to be a microbiologist, do a microbiology degree. If you want other scientific careers do biomedical science. The other jobs on Prospects seem to require further training on top of the biomed bachelors.

Which is better microbiology or biotechnology? ›

According to my opinion going with Bsc biotechnology is a better option than microbiology because microbiology is a part of biotechnology and in future too we have a good scope for biotechnology. Not only in study but the job or income basis too biotechnology have a great scope.

Who is a famous microbiologist? ›

Microbiologists
Birth - DeathMicrobiologistNationality
1845–1922Charles LavaranFrench
1827–1912Joseph ListerEnglish
1822–1895Louis PasteurFrench
1850–1934Fanny HesseGerman
21 more rows

Which country is best for microbiology jobs? ›

If you are looking for reputable universities with low tuition fees, the best countries for studying microbiology are Germany, Switzerland, and United Kingdom. Most universities in these countries practice high academic standards, and they are quite renowned in the field of microbiology.

Can microbiologist become doctor? ›

People study BSC, or any bachelor's degree then they do master's and phD then they are called Doctors. If you go for graduation in microbiology then you do DMLT , ( Diploma in medical laboratory Technology) , then you have to give an entrance exam and after doing M.D. program ,you will be called Doctor.

What masters can I do with a microbiology degree? ›

19 Masters in Microbiology 2022/2023
  • Microbiology Master's Degree Online. ...
  • Master in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology. ...
  • Biomedical Science MSc. ...
  • Master Programme in Molecular Biology, Microbiology. ...
  • Master in Microbiology. ...
  • MSc in Microbiology and Infection.

Is chemistry or microbiology harder? ›

Is Microbiology Harder Than Chemistry? Comparing the two head-to-head, microbiology is the easiest but very objective-based. Chemistry is applied knowledge and is also dependent on simple algebra, formulas, and some calculations. All things that make it math-heavy than microbiology.

How do you succeed in microbiology? ›

Get a few more tips to help you plan your study time.
  1. Complete Prerequisites. ...
  2. Read Your Textbook. ...
  3. Take Notes in Class. ...
  4. Quiz Yourself. ...
  5. Participate in Class. ...
  6. Review Class Information. ...
  7. Join a Study Group.

Do I need to take biology before microbiology? ›

A growing number of students take Microbiology at a community college and will struggle with the science. Many schools across the country offer “open enrollment”, which means that anyone can take the course without any prerequisite.

Can I take microbiology without chemistry? ›

You can get by without it, but you may have to work harder to understand some of the chem topics.

Do you need math for microbiology? ›

Microbiology is a rich area for visualizing the importance of mathematics in terms of designing experiments, data mining, testing hypotheses, and visualizing relationships.

Is microbiology needed for nursing? ›

Microbiology is very important to the nursing profession. Nurses need the basic foundation that microbiology has to offer. The success of this prerequisite course is a very strong indicator of how well students will perform in other nursing classes.

What is the benefit of studying microbiology? ›

Microbiology has helped to treat and prevent diseases which are caused by viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi. In medicine, for example, microbiology led to the discovery and development of: Antibiotics, and. Vaccines.

Which is better microbiology or medical microbiology? ›

What is the difference between general microbiology and medical microbiology , which one is better? General microbiology places more emphasis on study of micro-organisms, while medical microbiology emphasizes more on prevention and treatment of diseases caused by these micro-organisms.

What is the hardest biology class in college? ›

Organic Chemistry:

It shouldn't surprise you that organic chemistry takes the No. 1 spot as the hardest college course.

Which is better genetics or microbiology? ›

Microbiology. it has more possibilities and growth perspective concerning jobs . After that you can still study for genetics though it is more a nice subject over here in most EU universities if memory serves.

What is the difference between a microbiologist and a biologist? ›

Biology deals with both macroscopic and microscopic organisms. Microbiology deals only with microscopic organisms.

What are the courses in microbiology? ›

Two main branches of Microbiology are Bacteriology and Virology (which deals with the study of viruses and diseases), while other sub-disciplines include: Immunology, Biotechnology, Industrial Microbiology, Public Health Microbiology, Environment Microbiology and Genetic Engineering.

Which country is best for microbiology? ›

If you are looking for reputable universities with low tuition fees, the best countries for studying microbiology are Germany, Switzerland, and United Kingdom. Most universities in these countries practice high academic standards, and they are quite renowned in the field of microbiology.

Is microbiology is a good course? ›

With a degree in microbiology, you can get opportunities in various fields like healthcare organizations, forensic science laboratories, environmental organizations, higher education institutions, food and drink, publicly funded research organizations, pharmaceuticals and many other industries.

Which course is best after BSc microbiology? ›

Some microbiology graduates go on to further study at Masters or PhD level in subjects such as:
  • biochemistry.
  • bioinformatics.
  • biotechnology.
  • environmental microbiology.
  • genetics.
  • medical microbiology.
  • molecular biology.

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