This programme is divided into three trimesters (each of 30 ECTS) in the following manner: Trimester 1—Introduction to Toxicology (5 ECTS); Applied Toxicology (5 ECTS); Fundamental Concepts in Pharmacology (5 ECTS); Applied Concepts in Pharmacology (5 ECTS); Experimental Methods in Pharmacology (10 ECTS). Trimester 2—Experimental Toxicology (15 ECTS); Current Topics in Toxicology (10 ECTS); Advanced Toxicology (5 ECTS). Trimester 3—Toxicology Research Project (30 ECTS).
3 GOOD REASONS TO STUDY THIS COURSE
1. Placement opportunities: There are a limited number of placements in regulatory agencies for the third trimester.
2. Graduates will develop a high skill level in a wide range of laboratory skills for toxicological investigations.
3. Graduates will be competent in communicating experimental findings in toxicology effectively, using a variety of verbal, written and visual means, and in designing, conducting, analysing and presenting their original laboratory-based research.
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