Environmental Toxicology explores the effects of toxicants (synthetic & naturally occurring) on the normal biochemical, cellular and physiological functioning of biological systems. The minor enhances your understanding of the fate and impact of chemicals in the environment and your appreciation of the complex responses of biological systems when challenged by them.
Lead Faculty Advisor
Environmental Toxicology Minor Advisor
Advising Center is located in 1086 Academic Surge; contact the Academic Program Advisor at 530-754-9796.
|ETX 101||Principles of Environmental Toxicology||4|
|ETX 102A||Environmental Fate of Toxicants||4|
|ETX 103A||Biological Effects of Toxicants||4|
|Choose two; 6 units minimum:||6-14|
|Environmental & Nutritional Factors in Cellular Regulation & Nutritional Toxicants|
|Perspectives in Aquatic Toxicology|
|Environmental Stress & Development in Marine Organisms|
|Role & Applications of Toxicology in Modern Industry|
|Environmental Toxicology of Air Pollutants|
|Health Risk Assessment of Toxicants|
|Legal Aspects of Environmental Toxicology|
|Exposure & Dose Assessment|