Undergraduate Program in
Neuroscience is an interdepartmental program administered by the Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience (with oversight by the Neuroscience Steering Committee) and represents a collaboration between the Department of Psychology and the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB).
Students choosing Neuroscience as a field of the major develop an approved plan for the major with a department advisor who must approve the original plan for the major and any exceptions to the stated requirements for the major. Students should also consult a department advisor when planning the final term’s elections to ensure that all requirements for the major have been met and to secure an advisor’s approval on a Major Release form.
To make an advising appointment, go to www.lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/academics/advisingprogrampolicies
The Graduate Program at the University of Michigan was constituted in 1971, making it the longest-standing neuroscience graduate program in the United States. We are a collegial and interactive group of 60+ students and 120 faculty that perform research across the breadth of the neuroscience field.
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