Under the M: UM now offers undergraduate degree in neuroscience

UM now offers undergraduate degree in neuroscience Students attending the University of Montana can now earn an undergraduate degree in neuroscience – the study of the nervous system and the brain. The interdisciplinary major, approved by the Montana Board of Regents earlier this year, draws from courses in multiple departments, mainly biomedical sciences, psychology and biology. The major also requires courses in chemistry, math and physics, and offers elective courses ranging from kinesiology and health to behavioral economics, literature and dance. UM will offer four new courses developed for the major. “The courses offer a range of different perspectives on the brain, mind and behaviors,” said Jesse Hay, biology professor and program director. “You need to have a broad-ranging university with many areas of expertise to offer a comprehensive degree like…


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