Neuroscience

Neuroscience at Ursinus is an interdisciplinary program comprised of 6 full-time faculty members from a variety of disciplines. Graduates of the Neuroscience Program are broadly trained in all aspects of neuroscience, from molecular/cellular mechanisms to human-based systems. Upon completion of the program, students are successful candidates for advanced degrees in cognitive/behavioral neuroscience, neurobiology, medicine, or for career opportunities as researchers in psychological, medical research centers, or pharmaceutical companies.

INTERNSHIP SPOTLIGHT

  Mike Ward

Major : Neuroscience
Minors:  Politics, International Relations

Mike Ward Internship Profile
Sacred Heart Hospital
 
Allentown, Pennsylvania

REQUIREMENTS & COURSES

Curriculum

Major in
Neuroscience 
Minor in
Neuroscience 

For Current Students:
The student requirements form is a layout of all the required courses to complete a psychology major. This is to be printed out or saved and used for the student's own records.
Advising Sheet (.docx)