This degree program allows students to pursue their interests in a broad variety of departments, reflecting the diverse fields that constitute contemporary neural science.
Areas of study include molecular, cellular, systems, and cognitive levels using research tools that vary from behavioral testing to electrophysiology to biomedical imaging to computational and theoretical work. Neuroscience students finish their degrees with a capstone course on diverse problems beyond the laboratory.
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The founding college of Syracuse University remains at the center of undergraduate learning. The College is divided into the natural sciences and mathematics, the humanities, and the social sciences, with the lattermost offered in partnership with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Core coursework covers biology, genetics, and psychology. Sample courses include:
- Cognitive Neuroscience of Speech and Language
- Morphological Analysis
- Minds and Machines
- Brain and Behavior
- Drugs and Human Behavior
- Stress and Health
Extensive field and extracurricular opportunities enable students to earn hands-on experience in the neuroscience field.
- Gain research experience by working with faculty in the lab.
- Participate in undergraduate research conferences.
- Attend guest lectures and special events. Past events have included sessions with prominent neuroscientists.
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With a degree in neuroscience, you will be on track to pursue careers such as:
- Biological scientist
- Medical Scientist
Or, pursue an M.D., Ph.D. or master’s in public health. Recent graduates of the program have attended some of the top graduate schools in the U.S.