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Based on your answers we would recommend:

MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Environmental Toxicology (Tox)

This is an accelerated, 15-month, 52-credit program for students who plan to pursue practice-based careers in private industry or federal, state or local government agencies. Learn how chemicals affect human health and the environment, applying principles of biology, chemistry, and epidemiology.

Other degrees and areas of emphasis to consider:

MS (Thesis) with an area of emphasis in Environmental Toxicology (Tox)
MS (Applied) with an area of emphasis in Infectious Diseases (INF)

Some of our work in your interest areas

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A mid adult Asian couple standing at a kitchen counter in their home, they are preparing a salad for lunch together. The man is preparing lettuce leaves while holding his young son in his arms. His pregnant wife is grating carrots next to him.

How a key nutritional program adapted to the pandemic

Washington’s WIC nutritional support program served more families by increasing remote access, new UW-WIC study shows

Woman in a climbing harness with rope stands on a mountain peak with mountains and snow in the background.

Finding community outdoors

DEOHS PhD student Amber Khan launches new group breaking down barriers to mountain adventure for UW students of color

Aerial view of the Duwamish River in Seattle looking north into downtown.

Plain talk on polluters, politicians and public health

Linda Birnbaum, former director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and of the National Toxicology Program, will speak December 9 on the University of Washington campus


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