What is the deadline to apply to the toxicology professional masters program?
- July 1 for fall applications
- November 1 for spring applications
- No summer applications accepted
What is the program code for the toxicology professional masters program that I should use on my application?
What are the prerequisites required for this program?
BA or BS degree from an accredited institution
Highly recommended but not required: bio-chemistry, organic chemistry, physiology
What is the degree that I will receive?
A Master's degree in Environmental Health, with a specialization in Toxicology
What does the program cost?
For the most recent estimate of graduate tuition, fees, and program charges, please visit the CSU Registrar's website. Additionally, this program is designated as a "special program" by CSU. Thus, students are assessed an additional fee each semester (see above link) to cover the additional instructor and resource costs of this program.
Still working out details on the application "deposit" so may need to add some new verbiage here for that when we have more detail.
Is there financial assistance available to new students?
The toxicology program currently does not have any funding for newly admitted students. Sometimes after a student has completed a semester of course work, and if they are able to find a mentor who's lab is hiring, possibilities may become available as a student hourly or GRA or GTA position.
Please visit the CSU Student Financial Services website or the CSU Graduate School's website, for information regarding financial assistance possibilities and/or Scholarship opportunities.
How many people do you accept into your program each year?
What are the required application documents I need to send in and where do I send all of the required documents?
See our How to Apply webpage