• Degrees & Certificates

    UF offers both a 32-credit master’s degree and a 15-credit graduate-level certificate program in clinical toxicology. Both programs focus on toxicants, drugs of abuse, drug analysis and biotransformation, as well as the treatment of poisoned or overdosed patients.

    We provide many educational options, whether you wish to pursue a master's degree program, graduate certificate, or take non-credit courses. Explore our programs page to learn more about our robust curriculum opportunities and expand your career.
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  • Master's in Clinical Toxicology

    UF offers a 32-credit master’s degree program in clinical toxicology. This exciting program focuses on toxicants, drugs of abuse, drug analysis and biotransformation, as well as the treatment of poisoned or overdosed patients.

    Classes are taught by internationally-recognized faculty with world class expertise in clinical toxicology, medicine (MD’s), pharmacy and pharmacology. Jump start your career today!
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  • Certificate in Clinical Toxicology

    In addition to the master’s degree, the University of Florida also offers a 15-credit graduate certificate. These programs provide a strong foundation in forensic science, analytic techniques, and lab QA/QC. You can choose from five graduate certificate concentrations.

    Earn a prestigious graduate certificate from University of Florida, and learn new skills, enhance current skills, or meet licensing requirements to further your career.
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  • Continuing Education Credit for Nurses

    The College of Pharmacy, University of Florida has been approved to provide 10.0 contact hours of continuing education credit for nurses through the course Introduction to Clinical Toxicology. Learn how a poisoned patient is diagnosed and treated, and more.

    Apply today to start earning your CE credits. If you decide later to continue your education, you may apply this course to a graduate certificate or master’s degree in Clinical Toxicology.
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