Graduate: CSBT Program Requirements

Acceptance into the Collaborative Specialization in Biomedical Toxicology will be granted to students admitted to a participating home department with a supervised research thesis topic in an area of biomedical toxicology. This research will be supervised and evaluated in the same manner as others in the home department, but will usually involve, as appropriate, other supervisory and examining graduate faculty or professionals. 

You are required to meet your degree program requirements as well as those of the collaborative specialization, and the time that you have to complete the Collaborative Specialization would parallel your enrolment in your degree program. [For instance, if you are enrolled as a full-time student and you are completing your M.Sc. degree over two years, you will have two years to complete the requirements of the Collaborative Specialization.]

Ph.D. Students are required to complete:

  • JNP1014Y (Interdisciplinary Toxicology)
  • JNP1016H (Graduate Seminar in Toxicology)
  • one ½ course equivalent in the general area of Toxicology (This course must be approved by the Director of the Collaborative Specialization in Biomedical Toxicology.)
  • In addition, students must attend a minimum of twelve academic seminars related to toxicology during the tenure of their program.

M.Sc. Students are required to complete:

  • JNP1014Y (Interdisciplinary Toxicology)
  • JNP1016H (Graduate Seminar in Toxicology)
  • In addition, students must attend a minimum of six academic seminars related to toxicology during the tenure of their program.