No new students are being accepted into this Specialization. Students interested in this area of study should see the Master of Science in Toxicology, Plan B

Effective Spring 2012

Core Courses
ERHS 502Fundamentals of Toxicology3
ERHS 601Metabolism and Disposition of Toxic Agents3
ERHS 602Toxicological Mechanisms3
ERHS 603Toxicological Pathology3
Departmental Electives
Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following:
Group A. Select at least one course from the following: 3
Environmental and Occupational Health Issues
Forensic Toxicology
Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Toxicology
Group B. Select at least two courses from the following: 16
Environmental Contaminants: Exposure and Fate
Equipment and Instrumentation
Environmental Health Risk Assessment
Cell and Molecular Toxicology Techniques
Environmental Carcinogenesis
Other Requirements
Seminar 21
Out-of-Department Requirement 33
Electives 47
Additional Requirements
Students must also pass a required comprehensive exam.
Program Total Credits:32

A minimum of 32 credits are required to complete this program.  

1

Courses from Departmental Electives Group A not used to fulfill that requirement may be selected to fulfill the Group B requirement.

2

Select one credit of a seminar course from department list of approved courses.

3

Select a minimum of 3 credits at the 500-level or above, with approval of advisor and graduate committee.

4

No more than a total of 4 credits in Independent Study, Group Study, Research, and Internship course(s) may be included.