Toxicology is the study of the effects of chemicals and other potentially harmful agents on biological systems. The field draws upon the sciences of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, and pathology. The core curriculum provides a comprehensive background in toxicology, enhanced by elective offerings in the department and the many related basic and health science courses available at CSU. The Ph.D. in Toxicology prepares students for research careers in industry, government, and academia. The emphasis is on developing the abilities of the student to progress to a career as an independent scientist.
Effective Fall 2021
|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 693C||Research Seminar: Toxicology||1|
|Toxicology Courses 1||9|
|Occupational and Environmental Toxicology|
|Toxicology Toolbox: Fundamentals|
|Toxicology Toolbox: Metabolism and Disposition|
|Environmental Exposure Assessment|
|Equipment and Instrumentation|
|Environmental Health Risk Assessment|
|Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents|
|Cell and Molecular Toxicology Techniques|
|Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Toxicology|
|Seminar Requirement 2||1|
|Program Total Credits||72|
A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.
Select courses as approved by advisor and graduate committee.
A minimum of 1 credit of graduate seminar determined by the advisor and graduate committee in addition to the core requirement of ERHS 693C.
A maximum of 6 credits of Electives courses below 500-level may be counted toward the program total.
Select enough dissertation credits to bring the program total to a minimum of 72 credits as approved by the advisor and graduate committee.