The Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program at the University of Georgia is comprised of graduate students, faculty, staff, scientists, and post-doctoral fellows from several departments within the University. The program is committed to a high quality graduate education and excellence in research, and both faculty and graduate students have received national recognition for their endeavors. Our goal is to provide strong interdisciplinary graduate training, research and service programs in toxicology. This is accomplished by encouraging cooperation and sharing of resources and faculty in different colleges, such as the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the Odum School of Ecology, the College of Pharmacy, the College of Public Health, the College of Veterinary Medicine, Warnell School of Forestry and the Savannah River Ecology Lab. A coordinating committee from among these colleges directs the program.
The program of study for Master of Science degrees must contain a minimum of 30 hours of graduate course work. At least 12 hours of the course work must be in courses open only to graduate students. The program of study for a Doctor of Philosophy must carry a minimum of 30 hours of course work, three hours of which must be dissertation research. Students must also sign up for research hours each semester.
PhD Course List
List of Courses All Graduate School requirements for a PhD degree must fall within a six-year time limit beginning with the first registration for graduate courses listed on the program of study and ending with the final semester of the sixth year. The program of study for PhD degree must...
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Master of Science
List of Courses All Graduate School requirements for a master's degree must fall within a six-year time limit beginning with the first registration for graduate courses listed on the program of study and ending with the final semester of the sixth year. The program of study for Master...
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