Combining studies in biology and psychology, our Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience will prepare you for a broad range of careers in health care, including counseling, therapy, research, social work, addiction treatment and law enforcement.
Gain a deep understanding of the mind, how it works and how you can make a difference. Our B.S. in Neuroscience provides a solid foundation for graduate or advanced study in neuroscience and medicine.
Expected healthcare job growth through 2031
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Your B.S. in Neuroscience will make you a competitive candidate for jobs in:
- Forensic Science
- Product Sales
- Services Related to Analysis, Assessment and Inspection
Your Path to Professional School
If your goals include advanced study in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, occupational therapy or physical therapy, UHSP’s B.S. in Neuroscience can pave the way to professional studies at a number of respected institutions.
The field of medicine is ever evolving, offering vast career opportunities. Pre-medicine coursework prepares you with the necessary prerequisites to apply to medical school.
The field of veterinary medicine offers a rewarding career focused on the health and care of animals. Pre-veterinary coursework prepares you with the necessary prerequisites to apply to veterinary school.
The field of nursing offers a rewarding career where you can work directly with patients. Pre-nursing coursework prepares you with the necessary prerequisites to get you ready for nursing school.
The field of optometry offers a rewarding career focused on the health of the eye. Pre-optometry coursework prepares you with the necessary prerequisites to apply to professional school.
Develop Your Research Skills
Gain the research skills to succeed on the job and throughout your academic career. UHSP offers several opportunities for students to work alongside expert faculty and clinicians in our state-of-the-art labs, starting as early as your first year.