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  • Microbiology

    Microbiologists are biologists who specialize in microorganisms, including the diverse fields of microbial physiology and biochemistry, microbial genetics, and developing areas such as the molecular biology of microorganisms. The curriculum provides excellent training toward a career in any one of many areas of industrial microbiology and public health services. It is also an ideal preparation for advanced study or professional school in medicine, dentistry and other related fields, especially medical technology and biotechnology.

    What do you want to do with Microbiology?

    Career ideas for Microbiology majors:

    Science Educator, Cooperative Extension Agent, Clinical Geneticist, Clinical Laboratory Technician, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Laboratory Scientist, Medical Technologist, Clinical Trial Coordinator, Clinical Research Coordinator, Behavioral Interview Coordinator, Data Coordinator, Cytogenetic Technologist, Clinical Cytogeneticist, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner, Molecular Genetic Technologist, Nurse Anesthetist, Sales Representative, Food Inspector, Epidemiologist, Food Safety Microbiologist, Zoonotic Disease Microbiologist, Environmental Microbiologist, Immunologist, Medical Microbiologist, Antimicrobial Agent Discovery Microbiologist, Alternative Medicine Researcher

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