About the Environmental Toxicology Undergraduate Minor
The minor in Environmental Toxicology offers an undergraduate program within the College of Arts & Sciences with 18 credit hours of course work for undergraduates. The program is designed to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to learn basic sciences and be exposed to scientific research in environmental toxicology. The Department of Environmental Toxicology integrates a multidisciplinary approach with a primary focus on research in wildlife and human health in the following areas to assess the impacts of toxic chemicals and other stressors on the natural environment: Wildlife toxicology, ecotoxicology, molecular toxicology, analytical toxicology, and aquatic toxicology.
Required Courses (9 hours):
Students are required to take 9 credit hours from the following list of courses: