Interested in Studying Behavioral Neuroscience?

The Behavioral Neuroscience program is highly selective, accepting only a few students each year. Students are supported with tuition waivers and teaching or research stipends, with minimal work requirement for fulfillment. This allows students to devote a large amount of time to their own research and education. Given satisfactory progress, financial support may be expected throughout the graduate training. While prior academic performance, test scores, and letters of recommendation are considered by the faculty, another important factor for admission is a convergence of research interests between prospective students and the faculty.

Last Updated: 6/27/14