undergradThe Environmental and Molecular Toxicology program offers two avenues for undergraduates interested in toxicology.

First, we offer an Undergraduate Minor in Environmental Toxicology. Given the importance and high level of interest in protecting human and environmental health, environmental toxicology is a contemporary field of study that is of great interest to many undergraduate students. The multidisciplinary nature of Environmental Toxicology makes this minor an excellent augmentation for virtually all science and technology related degree programs.

In addition, Toxicology faculty members also participate in the Undergraduate Honors Research Program. Students interested in pursuing a research internship should visit Research Opportunities to learn what each faculty laboratory is investigating. Interested students should contact a faculty member for information about the availability of undergraduate research positions and application procedures. Students selected to participate in the program will be advised to register for the TOX 499 (Undergraduate Research in Toxicology) or ALS 498 or 499 (CALS Honors Research) or 492 (External Learning Experience) course to receive academic credit for their research work experience.