BS in Neuroscience

The undergraduate degree program in Neuroscience is an open enrollment program. Students interested in studying neuroscience should go to the Liberal Arts Advisement Center in 1041 JFSB to meet with Sam Prestwich, the academic adviser for neuroscience. Information regarding the Neuroscience core courses are listed below.

 

Neuroscience Core Courses

NEURO 205 - Neurobiology

NEURO 316 - Neuroscience Advanced Writing

NEURO 360 - Neuroanatomy

NEURO 380 - Behavioral Neuroscience

NEURO 449R - Undergraduate Research Experience

NEURO 480 - Advanced Neuroscience

NEURO 481 - Neuroscience Laboratory

NEURO 496R - Neuroscience Academic Internship

 

BS in Neuroscience MAP Sheet.pdf

 

Neuroscience Statistics

 

Neuroscience 2017
 
Number of undergraduate majors
574

     Female

     Male

34%

66%

Participated in mentored research or field work
66%
Participated in internships
27%
Immediate Plans After Graduation:
 
     Graduate/Professional School
55%
     Working full time
33%

Types of Jobs:

     Medicine / Healthcare

     Education / Research

     Business / Administration

     Military

     Architectures / Engineering

     Law

     Marketing / Media/ Communication

     Information Technology

     Other

 

46%

24%

9%

4%

3%

3%

3%

3%

5%