Online Programs

Earn your degree in clinical toxicology with courses taught by experts in the field from a top-ranked college and university.

Program Overview

Master’s Degree

The University of Florida’s online master’s degree in clinical toxicology can be completed in as little as two years. Offered through UF’s College of Pharmacy, this 32-credit master’s degree is made for working professionals.

Program Overview


This option is available for students who want to experience graduate-level courses while deciding if or when to enroll in a graduate program.


Take the next step and enhance your career

Who should consider a Clinical Toxicology online graduate program?

Our program is ideal for medical professionals including nurses, pharmacists, first responders, poison control specialists and other health care professions.

At a Glance

No GRE Required

The GRE is no longer required for any of our online graduate programs.

Flexible & Part-Time

Our online graduate program is formatted with the working professional in mind. Take classes on your schedule, at your pace.

Esteemed Faculty

Learn from internationally recognized and award-winning faculty at a top-ranked university.

Live & Interactive

Our courses are conducted fully online, with no on campus visits required, through asynchronous learning.

Degree Completion

Upon completion of the online graduate program, M.S. students will earn a Master of Science in Pharmacy with a major in Pharmaceutical Sciences issued by the Graduate School of the University of Florida.

Your transcript will read Master of Science in Pharmacy, graduation date, major Pharmaceutical Sciences, concentration Clinical Toxicology.

Your diploma will read Master of Science in Pharmacy.

Transferring Credits

You can transfer up to 6 credits earned as a non-degree seeking student to the online master’s degree or online graduate certificate in clinical toxicology.

Graduate certificate students can benefit from this option as well; up to 15 credits earned in your certificate program can be transferred to the master’s degree.

In both instances, you must be admitted to the respective graduate program and must have earned a grade of “B” or higher in the course(s) for the credits to transfer.