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The Neuroscience major prepares students for a broad range of career paths including: scientific research, medicine, clinical psychology, allied health professions, or science-related government, nonprofit, or private sector employment.

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Taking courses and earning excellent grades is necessary, but it is what you do outside of the classroom that will make you competitive applicant to graduate programs and career positions.

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Whether you are learning about the science as a participant, assisting faculty and graduate students with their work, or developing your own projects, the experience will strengthen the analytical thinking skills that are in high demand.

Scholarship Dinner


The Neuroscience Program currently does not offer any scholarships for incoming or current neuroscience majors. However, students can take advantage of scholarships offered by BSOS and CMNS colleges dependent on their declared track.