Clinical Neuroscience Major

The Clinical Neuroscience major is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in health related professions (medical, dentistry, veterinary medicine, physician assistant, physical therapy, nursing, etc.). It offers a curriculum that spans from a detailed understanding of genetic, cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying diseases and disorders in the nervous system to a translation of such findings into clinical practice and the role and responsibility that health care plays in society. Students are encouraged to participate in independent research and each student will complete a capstone thesis based either on their own laboratory findings or on a literature based research question.   

For Students Graduating in 2019 

For Students Graduating in 2020

Option A, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their freshman year.

 

 Option B, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their sophomore year.

Option A, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their freshman year.

 

 Option B, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their sophomore year.

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**

Option A, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their freshman year.

 Option B, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their sophomore year.

Option A, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their freshman year.

 Option B, this plan of study is recommended for students starting chemistry in their sophomore year.