The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Toxicology at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) offers Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees with specialization across a wide range of toxicological expertise.
The interdisciplinary nature of the U of S Toxicology Program, along with the diverse interests of a large number of graduate faculty in the U of S Toxicology Group, provides students with a wide array of potential research opportunities.
Applicants to the Toxicology Graduate Program must possess a recognized undergraduate degree in the life or natural sciences. Undergraduate training should include basic courses in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, and statistics. Courses in environmental chemistry, ecology, and pharmacology or toxicology are desirable.
The U of S Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Toxicology is highly regarded by potential employers, including industry, consulting firms, government agencies, and academia. Graduates are well prepared for professional careers in toxicology and are highly successful in finding suitable employment or pursuing further postgraduate training.
Applications are now accepted online at: http://explore.usask.ca/admission/guide/
All graduate students are guaranteed full funding
Minimum stipends: Ph.D. $20,400 M.Sc. $17,400
Earn extra as a teaching assistant
Basic health insurance coverage guaranteed