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Neuroscience, BS


Bring your knowledge to a wide range of fields. Open eyes to different ways of thinking. Ensure educational equity and access for all. Serve the common good.

Careers in Academic Research and Medicine

Conduct scientific research in traditional, academic laboratory settings. Make discoveries or solve problems. Work as a staff scientist or run your own lab. Potential jobs include:

  • Neuroscientist
  • Physiologist
  • Neural/biomedical engineer
  • Professor
  • Neurologist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Radiologist

Careers in Industry

Work for companies producing new technologies, pharmaceuticals, therapies, and more. Use your scientific research skills along with soft skills. Potential jobs include:

  • User experience researcher
  • Human factors consultant
  • Psychometrician
  • Data scientist/statistician
  • Software engineer
  • Artificial intelligence engineer
  • Pharmaceutical researcher
  • Genetic counselor

Careers Outside the Lab

Apply yourself more broadly to societal problems, using neuroscientific insights to guide work in fields as diverse as education, communications, public policy, and the law. Potential careers include:

  • Science communicator
  • Teacher
  • Learning consultant
  • Medical writer
  • Public policy advocate
  • Public information specialist
  • Lawyer