Undergraduate Minor - Minor in Pharmacology and Toxicology

Program:
Minor in Pharmacology and Toxicology
Program Code:
4926 Pharmacology and Toxicology
Program Level:
Undergraduate
Award Type:
Minor Undergraduate
Start Term:
FS15
Department:
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology


Excerpt from the official Academic Programs Catalog:

Listed below are the approved requirements for the program from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
Students must consult their advisors to learn which specific requirements apply to their degree programs.
Following this section are the requirements as represented in Degree Navigator, MSU's online advising tool. The Degree Navigator section is only available for programs using Degree Navigator for degree certification.

College of Veterinary Medicine

Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Minor in Pharmacology and Toxicology

The Minor in Pharmacology and Toxicology is designed to introduce science-oriented students to the field of pharmacology and toxicology. It provides student an opportunity to enhance their career and better position students for entry into professional programs including medical, veterinary, pharmacy schools, and to graduate programs in biomedical disciplines and careers within research.

The minor is available as an elective to students who are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs at Michigan State University. With the approval of the department and college that administers the student’s degree program, the courses that are used to satisfy the minor may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the bachelor’s degree.

Students who plan to complete the requirements for the minor should consult an undergraduate advisor in the department.

Requirements for the Minor in Pharmacology and Toxicology

Students must complete a minimum of 18 credits from the following:
                   
1. One of the following courses (3 credits):    
  PHM 350 Introductory Human Pharmacology   3
  PHM 430 Human Pharmacology     3
2. The following course (3 credits):        
  PHM 450 Introduction to Chemical Toxicology   3
3. Complete at least 2 or 3 credits from the following Pharmacology and Toxicology in Context courses:    
  PHM 211 Pharmacology and Toxicology in Society   2
  PHM 454 Leadership and Team Management   3
4. Complete 9 or 10 credits from the following Science courses:    
  CEM 419 Independent Study       2
  PHM 321 Common Drugs   3
  PHM 351 Fundamentals of Drug Safety   2
  PHM 421 Clinical Toxicology       3
  PHM 422 Fundamentals of Neuropharmacology   2
  PHM 431 Pharmacology of Drug Addiction   3
  PHM 480 Special Problems       3 to 6
  PHM 487 Current Topics in Pharmacology and Toxicology   2
  STT 464 Statistics for Biologists   3
  ZOL 450 Cancer Biology (W)       3
  Students should consult their academic advisor for section specific information for enrollment in CEM 419 and PHM 480.


Degree Requirements from Degree Navigator.

NOTE: Degree Navigator is an advising tool only and should not be viewed as a contract with the student. Any questions about the requirements should be directed to an academic advisor.


Pharmacology and Toxicology, MNUN (4926)

Required Credits: 18    Program Version: FS15

Requirement 1: Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Human Pharmacology
Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Human Pharmacology: 1 course from PHM350, PHM430

Requirement 2: Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Introduction to Chemical Toxicology
Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Introduction to Chemical Toxicology: 1 course from PHM450

Requirement 3: Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Context Courses
Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Context Courses: 1 course from PHM211, PHM454

Requirement 4: Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Science Courses
Minor - Pharmacology and Toxicology - Science Courses: 9 credits from CEM419, PHM321, PHM351, PHM421, PHM422, PHM431, PHM480, PHM487, STT464, ZOL450

Requirement 5
18 credits required to complete this degreeThe specified coursework in this program may not equal this total. The difference must be made up of open options which must be acceptable within the limits of this program. In cases of doubt, please consult an academic advisor.