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Neuroscience (BS)

DePaul’s bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience program is an interdisciplinary program that draws from the natural, behavioral and computational science fields.

In the program, you’ll learn:

  • fundamental concepts that underlie the function of the nervous system on a cellular and molecular level
  • how the nervous system produces behavior and cognition
  • the role of computer science and mathematics in new technologies and therapies within the field
  • neuroscience research methods and theory through scientific investigation, laboratory experience and research opportunities

By studying neuroscience, you’ll be prepared for a wide range of science-related careers, including pursuing a professional degree in health and/or medicine.


Sample Courses:

  • Biology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Chemistry
  • Data Analysis
  • Introduction to Computational Neuroscience
  • Introduction to Neuroscience
  • Molecular Biology
  • Neurobiology
  • Neuroethics
  • Psychology
  • Statistics

Program Concentrations/Tracks:

  • General
  • Behavioral/Cognitive
  • Cellular/Molecular
  • Computational

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