CEM offers two graduate toxicology programs, a Master of Science and a Doctorate of Philosophy in toxicology.
Environmental health professionals study how people interact with their environment in order to understand how the environment may positively or negatively affect human health. Knowledge of the effects of chemical, physical or biological events is used to modify human or natural behaviors to improve health and well-being.
Toxicology Graduate Programs
The professional approach to the Master of Science program is designed to add experience, academics, and service to your resume. The program can set you apart from others seeking competitive positions in professional schools or careers. This is a non-thesis professional program.
The traditional Master of Science program is designed for those seeking to complete a research thesis during their graduate program. The program focuses on researching a specific topic, with direction from a faculty research advisor.
PhD students work closely with their advisor to develop their program of study into a specific research topic of mutual interest to the student and the laboratory in which they work.