Individual Development Plans

 The Human Toxicology Program uses the myIDP to help students assess their skills and develop individual development plans. Students are expected to complete an IDP every year so their progress and goals in courses, research, and career development can be discussed and planned.

The Doctoral Comprehensive Exam

This exam is usually completed at the end of the student's third year. The format and timetable of the exam, request and report of comprehensive exam, and plan of study forms are included below. The plan of study must be completed and submitted with the request for comprehensive exam. These are now being submitted online by the Human Toxicology Program Administrator through Workflow.

   Format & Timetable of Doctorate Comprehensive Exam
   Request and Report of Doctoral Comprehensive Exam

   Doctoral Plan of Study Summary Sheet

Dissertation Defense

The Final Exam (Dissertation Defense) is completed during the student's final semester at the university. It is also submitted online via Workflow (contact Program Administrator). The Graduate College has deadlines in the semester by which the student must submit the request for dissertation defense, when the final exam must be taken, and when the final dissertation must be submitted. In addition, the student must notify the Graduate College at the start of their final semester that they intend to graduate.

 Request and Report of Final Exam
 

Part-Time Enrollment

After they have completed their first two years of coursework, students may wish to concentrate on their research and take fewer hours. They must complete a Short Hours Form with the Registrar's office to do so. The Program Administrator can start this in Workflow. In addition, international students must complete a form in their MyUI for the International Students Services office to alert them of the change in hours.