Diagram of the EITS Program
Students entering the Ph.D. Program in Environmental and Integrative Toxicological Sciences, are first accepted into a disciplinary doctoral program (one of the small, peripheral arrows) and then enter the EITS Graduate Program near the end of their first year (longer arrows). Upon completion, the student receives a PhD in his/her chosen discipline with a dual major in Environmental and Integrative Toxicological Sciences.
Disciplinary programs are noted in boxes. Plum-bordered boxes indicate departmentally based programs, whereas teal-bordered boxes denote interdepartmental (multidisciplinary) programs. Students in programs shown in tan boxes typically choose the Biomedical Toxicology Track of the EITS Program, whereas students in programs in the lime green boxes typically enter the Environmental Toxicology Track. Underlined programs participate in the Biomolecular Sciences Gateway joint recruiting program.
Departmentally Based Programs (plum border): Earth & Environmental Science; Plant, Soil & Microbial Sciences; Physiology; Chemistry; Animal Science; Food Science & Human Nutrition; Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Microbiology & Molecular Genetics; Pharmacology & Toxicology; Pathobiology & Diagnostic Investigation; Forestry; Fisheries & Wildlife; Integrative Biology
Interdepartmental (Multidisciplinary) Programs (teal border): Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology; Cell and Molecular Biology; Genetics; Neuroscience
Students Typically Choose Biomedical Track (tan boxes): Animal Science; Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology; Food Science and Human Nutrition; Cell and Molecular Biology; Genetics; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Pharmacology and Toxicology; Neuroscience; Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation; Physiology
Students Typically Choose Environmental Track (lime green boxes): Integrative Biology; Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences; Chemistry; Earth and Environmental Sciences; Forestry; Fisheries and Wildlife
Biomolecular Sciences Joint Recruiting Program (underlined programs): Cell and Molecular Biology; Genetics; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Physiology; Pharmacology and Toxicology