MSc Toxicology & Regulatory Affairs
The UCD MSc in Toxicology and Regulatory Affairs provides the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to understand the latest toxicological techniques and the current regulatory landscape. Courses have been developed in close collaboration with the Irish Register of Toxicologists (RTI)
Approved for accreditation towards becoming a registered toxicologist and for CPD credits towards maintaining IRT/ERT accreditation.
Courses are run by European Registered Toxicologists (ERT)
Also include guest lecturers delivering state-of-the-art contributions as practising experts in a range of toxicological roles, from basic research to national and European regulatory bodies.
The UCD MSc in Toxicology and Regulatory Affairs provides the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to understand the latest toxicological techniques and the current regulatory landscape.
provides a broad, modern training in theoretical and practical aspects of fundamental and applied toxicology
prepares individuals to collate, interpret and communicate toxicological information
provides an opportunity to study at the cutting edge of research in a chosen specialist field of toxicology
develops student awareness of the importance of toxicology to industry, health, the environment and society
You will graduate with an MSc in Toxicology and Regulatory Affairs from the internationally-recognised UCD School for Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, allied with the UCD Conway Institute, giving you a competitive advantage over other graduates.
This advanced graduate degree has also been developed in consultation with employers and is specifically tailored to meet their needs. A major advantage of this degree programme is that graduates will be eligible for professional accreditation as European Registered toxicologists, once they are employed in a relevant toxicological area for a specified time.
Graduates will also have the opportunity to become part of a network of UCD alumni in the fields of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science.