How is the scope of MHA after graduation in Microbiology?I want to shortlist universities and start the process, but I don't know how to! I have been researching but I need help?

Asked by Muskan Singh over 1 year ago

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Shrikant Goyal

Shrikant Goyal

Founder at WALT INDIA

Microbiology is a field that overlaps a lot of things in the biological sciences, such as molecular biology, genetics & immunology. A person with specialised knowledge in this is called a microbiologist. See, the analytical, scientific and problem-solving skills that are developed by the microbiologists are in high demand in the current market. After you complete your Master in Health Administration in microbiology, there are various job opportunities available for you that you can opt for and these jobs include both private as well as public sectors that provide job opportunities to microbiologists. Other than that, the countries where there is a huge demand for these professionals are the UK, the US, France, Australia, and Germany, you can also work there after you finish your master's. 

These are the job profiles that you can select from:

  • Research Assistant
  • Food, Industrial or Environmental Microbiologists
  • Quality Assurance Technologists
  • Sales or Technical Representative
  • Clinical and Veterinary Microbiologists
  • Medical Technologists

And the universities that provide the degree in MHA in Microbiology are:

  • Cornell University
  • University of Oxford
  • University Colege London 

I answered your question with the capacity of my knowledge, is there anything else I can help you with?


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