CB449 (3 hrs.) Emphasis on physiology and biochemistry of intoxication; discusses the types of cellular response to toxic compounds and therapeutic agents. Same as CPSC 433, FSHN 480, and ENVS 480. See FSHN 480. Offered Fall semester every year.
CB 554 (3 hrs.) This course is designed to provide an overview of the effects of chemicals and their mechanisms of action in a variety of organ systems. Topics include toxicology of the nervous, developmental, reproductive, thyroid, renal, hepatic, immune, pulmonary, and gastrointestinal system. Offered Spring of odd years.
Ethics in Toxicology
CB 552 (2 hrs.) Emphasis on ethical issues in the practice of toxicological research: collaboration, authorship and plagiarism, professional responsibility to subjects (both human and animal), whistle-blowing, codes of ethics, legal obligations. Featuring case studies. Offered Fall of even years.
Interdisciplinary Toxicology Seminar
CB 596 (1 hr. every semester) Topics will vary each semester. Seminars are presented by faculty, visiting lecturers, and students based upon their study, research, and/or professional activities in the selected topic area. Same as ENVS 596, and PATH 596. See PATH 596. Offered Fall and Spring ever year.
OTHER AVAILABLE COURSES IN TOXICOLOGY
ENVS 516 Reprod & Developmental Toxicology (Same as CB 516) – Offered Spring of even years
CB 514 Neurotoxicology (Same as ENVS 514, and PSYC 515) – Offered Spring of odd years
ENVS 469 Environmental Health (Same as CHLH 469) – Graduate level offered in Spring semesters
CB 467 Regulatory Pharmacology & Toxicology – Offered Spring of odd years
CB 551 Ecotoxicology in the Northern Hemisphere – Offered each Fall semester
CB 467 Neurotoxicology (Same as ENVS 514, and PSYC 515) – Offered Spring of odd years
NUTR 550 – Grantsmanship & Ethics
BIOCHEM/CHEM – 6 hours or 2 units
Biostatistics – 3 hours, specific course will vary, depending on your home deparment
You may learn more about each course through the University Course Catalog.