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- Neuroscience Facilities
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Neuroscientists study how the brain and nervous system work. The rapidly growing field seeks to answer questions such as how we perceive our surroundings, how we interact with these surroundings differently than animals, and what can go wrong in this process.
The neuroscience major at Wartburg is an interdisciplinary major that exposes students to the intersection of biology and psychology and then encourages them to make links to other areas of interest. Neuroscience is a broad field, and students have the opportunity to focus on their own areas of interest through advanced research courses and diverse electives.
Neuroscience majors can pursue careers in neuroscience research, medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychiatry, pharmacology, cognitive psychology, robotics, science writing, and many, many more fields.
Coordinator: Samantha Larimer Bousquet