A program that focuses on the scientific study of the health effects associated with exposure to toxic chemicals and systems occurring in the natural, work, and living environments; the management of environmental toxins and toxicity; and the development of protections for humans, animals, and plants. Includes instruction in applied ecology; microbiology; toxin transport, fate, and degradation; dermal toxicology; reproductive and genetic toxicology; atmospheric and environmental chemistry; metals toxicology; environmental mutagens and biotransformation; nutrient interaction; chemical sensitivity, disorders, and disease; risk assessment; animal waste management; environmental health; and hazardous materials management.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||University of California-Davis||33||0%||$33,066|
|2||SUNY at Albany||25||1%||$22,419|
|3||University of South Alabama||6||0%||$19,980|
|5||University of California-Santa Cruz||4||0%||$33,153|
|6||University of Wisconsin-Madison||3||0%||$23,931|
|7||University of California-Irvine||3||0%||$30,504|
|8||University of California-Riverside||1||0%||$32,238|
|9||University of Cincinnati-Main Campus||1||0%||$27,434|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Environmental Toxicology program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.