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Professional courses after bsc medical (botany , zoology, chemistry) related to the field

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RE: Professional courses after bsc medical (botany , zoology, chemistry) related to the field

Gomathi Venkat
Gomathi Venkat
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Thank you for contacting counsellors at CareerGuide.com. I am happy to help you today with your question regarding further study options in Medical field. I see that you are currently a BSc Medical student. Can you say the full name of the BSc degree program that you are currently studying? You only said BSc Medical but I am not sure if it is a technology based or laboratory practice based. Because there are courses like BSc Medical technology and BSc Laboratory technology and they have different further education or career path. I am not sure what is your current subject so I can guide you in general. If you write to me back with your current subject name, I can give you a more comprehensive guidance and it will benefit you even further.

Lets consider the guidance in two ways. If you are studying BSc Medical technology currently and are looking to do further study, you can consider the following courses in India.
1. MSc Medical technology
2. MSc Cardiac perfusion technology
3. MSc Biomedical technology/ MSc Biomedical Engineering
4. MSc Biotechnology
5. MSc Medical Biotechnology
6. MSc Medical Physiology
7. MSc Biochemistry
8. MSc Bioorganic chemistry
9. MSc Molecular biology
10. MSc Health care sciences

If you are currently studying a practice based BSc Laboratory technology then you are more suitable to these courses. You can consider these study options in India.
1. MSc Laboratory technology
2. MSc Medical lab technology has three separate divisions such as Biochemistry, Hematology & Transfusion medicine and Microbiology and Immunology.
3. MSc Radiology and Imagine
4. Diploma in Operation theatre techniques
5. MSc Operation theatre technique
6. MSc Bioinformatics
7. MSc / Diploma X-Ray technology
8. MSc / Diploma Medical Transcription

Apart from the above listed courses you can also consider studying the following certificate courses
1. Certificate in Dialysis technology
2. Certificate in Medical records management
3. Certificate in Clinical pastoral education
4. Certificate in Pulmonary function testing & Polysomonography
5. Certificate course in Radiography
6. Certificate course for OT Technicians
7. CSSD technician course
8. Certificate course in ECG
9. EEG-ENMG technician course certificate
10. Hospital aides certificate course
11. Ophthalmic technician course
12. Plaster technician certificate course in Orthopaedics
13. Postgraduate certificate course in health care administration

You can also consider studying the below mentioned course if you want to seek a Managerial position, managing staff across laboratories or other departments in a hospital. This course is about learning how to manage health care, facilities and staff within a hospita;. It is more related to Management subjects.
1. MSc Health care administration

Alternatively you can also consider a Professional degree like the MBA, if you have some minimum 2-3 work experience. It is the MBA Health care administration.

Please write back if you have further questions. Best wishes and good luck for your study and future.

RE: Professional courses after bsc medical (botany , zoology, chemistry) related to the field

Divya Jain
Divya Jain

Hello,

Thanks for Asking..!!

If we talk about professional courses, then there is no plenty of career opportunities for science students.

Take a look for Professional courses after B.Sc. -

* M.Sc (physics, chemistry, maths, biology, botany, geology and zoology, Applied Biology, Bio-chemistry, Bio-technology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Environmental Biology)

* Post Graduate Courses - You can apply for Research based institutes for PG courses.

* PhD - go for integrated PhD programme or prepare for csir net.

* IISER - The value of IISER is really high in Science field.

* CSIR NET opens excellent career opportunities for science students in research field. check csir net details & difficulty level - csir net result

Job options available for science students (botany, zoology, chemistry)

* Scientist

* Chemist

* Ecologist

* Researcher

* Clinical Research

* Lecturer

* Writer/Editor

* Administrators

In Medical best career options are MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BPT, BOT courses.

I hope it will help you.

Best of Luck :)

RE: Professional courses after bsc medical (botany , zoology, chemistry) related to the field

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