January 12, 2016 | Adelphi adds neuroscience, supply-chain degrees

By GREGORY ZELLER // Two new Adelphi University degree programs will offer very specific, increasingly important foundations for future professionals. The Garden City school has launched a bachelor’s degree program in neuroscience and a master’s degree program in supply-chain management. Both programs are open for immediate enrollment and will begin offering classes when the spring semester commences this month. The neuroscience degree is designed to prepare students for medical school and other graduate-level studies, opening “a gateway to careers in the research industry” and fields related to psychology, biology, chemistry, physics, biomedical engineering, business law and others, according to the university. The degree – which requires either 53 or 55 credits, depending on the concentration – is offered jointly by the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies and…


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