Fee: NPR 750,000

Nobel College offers a four-year Bachelor of Science in Medical Microbiology degree program. One of the more recent subfields of biomedical research is microbiology. Over the past ten years, there has been a tremendous increase in the demand for microbiology due to the rapid growth of hospitals, medical colleges, nursing homes, healthcare institutions, health-related research institutes, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and food industries in both the private and public sectors. Both NGOs and INGOs engaged in health care and promotion activities are feeling the demand.

The primary goal of the course is to educate students about medical microbiology. Students receive training in all the subspecialties, including systemic and diagnostic bacteriology, parasitology, virology, mycology, and immunology, both theoretically and practically. Graduates can contribute effectively to patient care, disease prevention, and control in the community along with active participation as researchers in health research and QC personnel in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic sectors after graduation.