Our interdisciplinary minor in neuroscience helps you make sense of the relationship between the brain and behavior. It draws heavily from traditional, natural, and social science — including biology, kinesiology, physics, and psychology — as well as many diverse topics that typically are discussed in philosophy, economics, art, politics, music, anthropology, and computer science.
I love how studying neuroscience can carry over into so many different topics — psychology, biology, and even art or philosophy. There was always some way that the topics in class related to life. Understanding why certain studying techniques are better than others not only helped me understand the way learning and memory work, but also helped me study for other classes."
Anna Vidovszky '17