Dual Phd with Neuroscience
The dual major with Neuroscience requires 19 credit hours of coursework, a example timetable is shown below. Required courses from the 19 credit hours include the following: N500 (3 credits), N501 (3 credits), N650 (4 credits at 1 credit per semester), plus other courses chosen by the student's committee and the student. In addition, completion of the major requires completion of a course (at least 1 credit) that includes professional ethics; this course would be selected in consultation with the graduate student's committee (examples of suitable courses include, but are not limited to PSY P-595, COGS Q-510, BIOL Z-620, and VSCI V-792). N500 and N501 must be completed by the fifth semester of residence. Courses may be selected from those listed by the Program in Neuroscience or cross-listed with other departments, divisions, or special programs. Variations of the Summer Research Internship (SRI) and second year projects with research rotations and other program-specific constraints are possible.