Neuroscience

What is neuroscience?

Neuroscience, the study of the nervous system, advances the understanding of human thought, emotion, and behavior. Neuroscientists use tools ranging from computers to special dyes to examine molecules, nerve cells, networks, brain systems and behavior. From these studies, they learn how the nervous system develops and functions normally and what goes wrong in neurological disorders.

-Society for Neuroscience

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As a neuroscience major, you will explore the theory and methods of psychology within brain and behavior.

Learn the ins-and-outs of assessment, testing and psychopharmacology. Students also explore the philosophy of science and the biological foundations of behavior while gaining hands on experience in research under the guidance of seasoned professors.

Requirements

Neuroscience/neuropsychology emphasis catalog requirements.

Meet Carly

Go beyond the basics and align your undergraduate course schedule to include the prerequisites for medical school like Carly. 

"I wanted a Christian education experience. I knew that being able to talk to my professors about faith and different academic areas was just going to make me want to learn more." -Carly