Master of Science in Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment
- All applicants are expected to submit a completed SOPHAS application and provide supporting documentation as required by the School’s Office of Admissions. Non-U.S. citizens will need to identify an internship opportunity during the admissions process.
- In addition to the School’s application requirements, the program requires completion of at least a baccalaureate degree in a relevant field and prior coursework in the foundations in biology and chemistry.
- Submission of standardized test scores (GRE or MCAT) is optional. The admission committee will make no assumptions if GRE or MCAT scores are omitted from an application, but inclusion of a good score may improve the application package of a candidate with deficiencies in some areas.
To find our program, please use one or more of the following searchable SOPHAS designations:
Degree: Master of Science (MS)
Program Name: MS in Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment
Institution: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
For more information contact Katie Phipps at firstname.lastname@example.org