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The B.S. Biology-Neurobiology subplan was discontinued in 2014.

Neurobiology is the study of the biology of the nervous system, particularly its cells and neural circuits. The neurobiology emphasis in the B.S. Biology major includes core coursework in cell biology, developmental biology, and biochemistry, along with major elective course options such as mammalian physiology and biostatistics.

B.S. Biology-Neurobiology degree requirement check sheets:

Please use our degree requirement check sheets in conjunction with your up-to-date Degree Progress Report (DPR) and please meet regularly with an academic advisor.  Also keep in mind admission requirements for the major, and refer to our sample 4-year guides to help you create your own degree completion plan.

 B.S. Biology-Neurobiology sample four-year plan

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