Experimental Neuroscience Major
The Experimental Neuroscience major prepares students for a hands-on career in science or science education. The curriculum focuses on the structure and function of the nervous system with the ultimate goal to experimentally test questions relevant to health and disease. Students in this major will gain a comprehensive understanding of genes, molecules and cells that are the building blocks of the brain. Students will work with model organisms to learn how the brain develops and functions. Students will explore the many disorders and diseases that are linked to the brain and nervous system from a model systems perspective. A capstone thesis typically follows 1-2 years of hand-on research in a laboratory and is typically based on the students own data.
For Students Graduating in 2019
For Students Graduating in 2020
For Students Graduating in 2021 and later
**Note that if you are graduating later than 2021, you should follow this plan until your year's graduation plan is available. Students who matriculated in Fall 2018 or later as first time freshmen should follow the pathways renditions of the checksheets. All others (including external transfer students matriculating in 2018 and 2019) should follow the CLE renditions**