The Neuroscience, BS uses a multidisciplinary team of faculty from different departments to create a degree that examines the functional and anatomical mechanisms underlying the brain. This program provides a unique opportunity for students to develop skills and knowledge that will prepare them for diverse and competitive graduate programs focused on biological aspects of psychology and behavior, and also prepare them for careers in health-related sciences in general. The Neuroscience, BS will provide students with extensive opportunity to participate in neuroscience research and gain research experience. The Neuroscience, BS is a multi-disciplinary major, offering training in different aspects of Neuroscience including social, cognitive, and affective neuroscience, cellular neuroscience, neuroanatomy, neurological and psychiatric disorders, and the neurobiological mechanisms of learning, memory and cognition.