Neuroscience & Behavior (IRE)

The Neuroscience & Behavior Degree Program is designed to provide the type of undergraduate preparation necessary for students who are interested in pursuing graduate degrees in psychobiology, neuroscience, and/or behavioral biology, or in pursuing professional degrees in medicine, clinical psychology or veterinary medicine. The student elects an emphasis in one of three areas: Behavioral Neuroscience, Cellular/Moleular Neuroscience, or Ethology/Comparative Psychology.

For more information about this major, please visit the following links from the FAU University Catalog

Related Major Skills

Ability to resolve or mediate conflicts
Able to observe, anlayze & interpret information
Concern for and sensitive to orhers
Critical and inferential thinking
Insight to deal effectively with people
Interpersonal communication
Knowledge of human development

Sample Work Settings

Adoption/Child Care Agencies
Colleges, Educational Institutions
Community Shelters
Consulting Firms
Day Care Centers
Department of Defense
Department of Health & Human Services
Employee Assistance Program
Federal Government Agencies
Group Homes Hospitals & Clinics Insurance Companies
Market Research Departments
Mental Health Organization
Nursing Homes
Office of Personnel Management
Prisons & Correctional Institutions
Private Practice
Public Health Service
Public Relations Firms
Public Schools
Recreation Departments
Research Institutions
Science Research Laboratories
Social Secutiry Administration
Veterans Administration

FAU Student Organizations


 Last Modified 12/6/16