ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY (EXT)
EXT 515 Environmental Toxicology 3 cr
Introduction to the scientific and technical principles of toxicological processes in the context of the ecosystem. Students will understand both the types of major environmental toxicants and how to properly evaluate their toxicity and factors that influence toxicity. Students will recognize and coherently formulate risk assessment and by using the tools and techniques acquired, develop and communicate proposals for remedy.
EX 583 Entrepreneurship in Science 3cr
This course will blend a variety of subjects from technical writing to patent law to laboratory development in an effort to provide a mechanism for scientists to transistion technology from bench top to commercialization by providing information regarding financial resources coupled with research and laboratory development.
EXT 594 Directed Studies in Environmental Toxicology 1-3 cr
Students pursue a research project under the direction of a graduate faculty member. The course requires special permission from the program director or the Advisory Committee, to ensure that the study is in line with the curriculum that the student is pursuing.
EXT 599 Research Thesis in Environmental Toxicology 1-6 cr
Students are responsible for an original research project under the direction of a member of the graduate faculty. Prerequisite: Approval of research prospectus by the Advisory Committee.