Undergraduate degree in Neurobiological Sciences

Undergrad in Neurobiological SciThe undergraduate individual interdisciplinary major in Neurobiological Sciences is designed for undergraduates interested in the biological basis of behavior.  For many, the NBS serves as the undergraduate major in neuroscience – with the added strength of an intensive laboratory component.  The program is intended to provide a flexible, yet comprehensive, educational experience and research training in neuroscience.  Concentrations are available in behavioral neurobiology, cellular and molecular neurobiology, and cognitive neuroscience.  To maximally benefit from the program, students are encouraged to enter in their sophomore year, but not later than their junior year.

For more information about this program go to: https://dean.clas.ufl.edu/interdisciplinary-studies/established-concentrations/neurobiological-sciences/

CONTACT:

Dr. Darragh Devine
Professor and Director
Department of Psychology
(352) 273-2174
dpdevine@ufl.edu
Eunice Carter
Academic Assistant, CLAS
2014 Turlington Hall
(352) 294-1951
chunej@ufl.edu