Neuroscience is the study of the neural underpinnings of mind and behavior. Scholarship in neuroscience often locates itself at the intersection of philosophical approaches to the mind and empirical approaches to the brain. Thus, the Neuroscience curriculum at the College has been designed to highlight those resonances and counterpoints between existing departments that yield new perspectives on the roots of behavior. The major provides students the opportunity to develop strong foundational training in the natural sciences, philosophy, and psychology within the context of the liberal arts. Given the breadth of training within the major and the diversity of expertise among the supporting faculty, the Neuroscience student is especially prepared for careers in research, medicine, and industry in a variety of fields.
||Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience|
||Science & Technology/Biology|