Neuroscience and Behavior: A Perfect Major for the Curious Mind
Junior Akua Agyei-Boateng chose to major in neuroscience and behavior through the College of Science because, she says, it’s like three majors in one. “It is in a sense a combined biology, psychology, and premed triple major,” she says. “It is a major that realizes the intersectionality of those three topics by cutting out the extra and emphasizing the important elements of each.”
The growing field of neuroscience is dedicated to understanding the body’s nervous systems—the brain, spinal cord, sensory organs, and the nerves that connect them with the rest of the body. And as scientists develop their understanding of how the brain and other organs operate, they can provide valuable information to any number of other fields. Read more.