Department of Psychology

Overview: Neuroscience & Behavior

The Neuroscience & Behavior concentration is a 36-credit hour program designed to prepare students for subsequent entry into doctoral programs in neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, and related domains. Courses are usually completed within two years, and students focus on academic psychology and research. Graduates of this concentration are not eligible to practice psychology but frequently go on for doctoral study in clinical, neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, and other related areas. Some are researchers, administrators, and college-level psychology instructors. 

Faculty associated with the Neuroscience & Behavior M.S. program are listed below. Faculty who will consider a research match with a Neuroscience & Behavior M.S. applicant starting in Fall 2023 are indicated with an asterisk (*).  

For more information on the Neuroscience & Behavior concentration, follow the links below.