No new students are being accepted into this specialization. Students interested in this area of study should see the Ph.D. in Toxicology.
Effective Spring 2008
|BMS 500||Mammalian Physiology I||4|
|ERHS 502||Fundamentals of Toxicology||3|
|ERHS 601||Metabolism and Disposition of Toxic Agents||3|
|ERHS 602||Toxicological Mechanisms||3|
|ERHS 603||Toxicological Pathology||3|
|ERHS 799||Dissertation 1||Var|
|Out-of-department requirement 2||3|
|Departmental Electives 4|
|Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following:||9|
|Environmental and Occupational Health Issues|
|Advanced Occupational Health|
|Environmental Health Risk Assessment|
|Principles of Radiation Biology|
|Environmental Contaminant Modeling I|
|Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents|
|Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Toxicology|
|Aerosols and Environmental Health|
|Program Total Credits:||72|
A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.
Credits determined by advisor and graduate committee.
Eligible seminar courses include all approved course listings in seminar format.
Eligible courses can be from approved course listings within the department. Suggested electives are included in this list, but are not limited to these courses.