Toxicology Graduate Programs - NC State University Graduate School
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Delivery Methods
On Campus
Program Types
Entrance Exam
Interview Required
Program Website
Distance Education Website

Graduate Program Deadlines
Fall Spring Summer 1 Summer 2
Jan 15 N/A N/A N/A

Detailed Program Description

The Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology provides a rigorous program in course work and research training to prepare prospective toxicologists for careers in academia, government, and industry. Research is conducted in both basic and applied toxicology in the general areas of cellular and molecular toxicology and environmental toxicology. Specific research areas include: cell signaling and signal transduction, chemical carcinogenesis, xenobiotic metabolism, pesticide toxicology, developmental and reproductive toxicology, oxidative stress, respiratory toxicology, dermal toxicology, toxicokinetics, toxicogenomics, proteomics, aquatic toxicology, ecotoxicology, analytical toxicology, bioremediation, environmental chemistry, chemical exposure assessment, and risk assessment. We offer excellent facilities, well-funded research programs, and outstanding opportunities for research and training in toxicology.

Program Type Legend

MS = Master of Science

MR = Master of

MA = Master of Arts

MEd = Master of Education

MFA = Master of Fine Arts

EdD = Doctor of Education

PhD = Doctor of Philosophy

Certificate = Graduate Certificate