Neuroscience is a field with an astonishing number of applications, not just in the sciences and philosophy, but in economics, law, education, and many other fields.

By majoring in chemistry or biochemistry with a neuroscience concentration, you'll learn about the human neural system from many different perspectives, including a particularly strong emphasis in the chemical underpinnings of human brain function in normal physiology and disease.

Course Requirements


The prerequisite to enter the chemistry program is a minimum average of "C" (2.0) in Chemistry 104 and in one course from Chemistry 201, 253, or 261.


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