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Forensic Toxicology Schools and Colleges

Forensic toxicologists are required to hold graduate degrees. Some organizations hire forensic toxicologists with master's degrees, but most only hire those with PhDs. Forensic toxicologists usually hold bachelor’s degrees in biology, chemistry, or environmental science. Those interested in this field should also complete classes in veterinary science, pharmacology, anatomy, and physiology.

Students enrolled in forensic toxicology graduate programs are required to complete courses in analytical chemistry, pharmacology, pathophysiology, cellular physiology, biological chemistry, and toxicology. It takes 2-3 years to earn a PhD in forensic toxicology, which includes successfully defending a thesis project.

Schools, colleges, and universities offering accredited degrees and career training programs in forensic toxicology.
  • Ashford University
    400 North Bluff Boulevard
    Clinton, IA 52732
    (563) 242-4023
    www.ashford.edu

  • Penn Foster Career School
    925 Oak Street
    Scranton, PA 18515
    800-275-4410
    www.pennfoster.edu

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    6625 The Corners Parkway, Suite 500
    Norcross, GA 30092
    800-957-5412
    www.ashworthcollege.edu

  • Grand Canyon University
    Grand Canyon University
    3300 West Camelback Road
    Phoenix, AZ 85017
    www.gcu.edu

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