The Neuroscience Program became a B.S. degree-granting program in 2012 and has quickly become one of the most popular science degrees on campus.
- Check out our three different concentrations and all our B.S. degree requirements
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- Need to change or add Neuroscience as a major?
- Request an override for that course you need
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- Why should you get a degree in Neuroscience at MSU?
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- Join the Neuroscience Club to meet other majors
- Volunteer for outreach activities and bring neuroscience to the public
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The Undergraduate Research Office sponsors several workshops this semester aimed at helping students prepare for UURAF or other conference presentations.
- Call for undergraduate research papers
The Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology at UCLA is now accepting submissions of original undergraduate research papers to be published for its Spring 2018 issue.
- Audrianna St. Germain: A lust for learning
St. Germain is a senior majoring in neuroscience and physiology. She is a Beckman Scholar and was the 2016-2017 College of Natural Science Deans Research Scholar.