Toxicologists are trained to study and decipher the effects of chemical, physical and biological agents on living organisms. Approximately 65 percent of our toxicology graduates successfully enter into a professional medical program, while others pursue careers in forensics, pharmaceutical sciences and biotechnology, regulatory toxicology, and risk assessment. A number of students also enter PhD programs to conduct research in academia. The Master of Science in toxicology offers laboratory classes and research internships in addition to traditional didactic instruction to provide students with valuable experience to support their academic and professional goals.
Ideal for: students interested in medical and pharmaceutical toxicology, forensics, and environmental health.