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  • Neuroscience

    The program in neuroscience at Wofford is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the biology and psychology departments. This means that, while you major in either biology or psychology, you take classes in both departments coupled with experimental training and research seminars in areas such as molecular neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and behavioral levels.

  • Program Information

  • A faculty member who participates in the neuroscience program

    Meet the Faculty

    Get basic degree and contact information about the professors who participate in the neuroscience program.

    Students using microscopes in a Neuroscience Lab

    Program Requirements

    Everything you need to know about the requirements to obtain a major in Neuroscience including number of hours, course distribution demands and any capstone experiences that are required.

    A Neuroscience research facility

    Research Facilites

    Wofford has several state of the art research facilities available to students in the program in Neuroscience.

    A students in a Neuroscience Research Lab

    Research Opportunities

    Neuroscience students all participate in in-depth research projects. Many choose to publish their findings or present them at national undergraduate research conferences.

    A student participating in a neuroscience study

    Student Research Projects

    See what past students have researched and where they have published or presented their findings.

  • Neuroscience Graduates

    Professors and students examining rats in a Neuroscience lab
    Notes from Alumni

    Read some recent e-mails received from our Neuroscience Alumni.