Neuroscience (Arizona State University)
How does behavior relate to the way in which the nervous system exists and functions? The Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience degree helps students discover some answers to this question. Because the human brain is such a complex topic, this program at Arizona State University provides you with the foundation you need to gain a general understanding of the field as well as the flexibility necessary to tailor your degree to fit your interests and future plans.
The degree requires at least 120 credit hours. Students can complete these courses in approximately four years. Courses provided in-depth information on the biology of cells, molecules, and systems. After these broad introductions, students can narrow their interests to specific areas of neuroscience. The program prepares students for research both collaboratively and between disciplines, or for employment in teaching.
The math requirements for the program are at a moderate level. Calculus for life sciences is the first math class students take.
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