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Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience University of Georgia

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Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience
University of Georgia
November 2008
I. Program overview
The Doctoral Program in Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary, degree-
conferring component of the Graduate School and a Division of the Biomedical and
Health Science Institute (BHSI). The objective of the Doctoral Program in
Neuroscience is the education and training of doctoral graduate students for research
and teaching in various areas in the field of Neuroscience. The Program has four
content areas, which include: 1. Cellular/Molecular Neurobiology, 2. Neurophysiology
and Neuropharmacology. 3. Behavioral/Systems Neuroscience, and
4. Cognitive/Clinical Neuroscience. Students may elect to concentrate on one area or
may choose a program that encompasses more than one specialty or
interdisciplinary interest (see Appendix I for a list of relevant courses and examples of
possible curricula students may elect to pursue). Currently, the program does not
offer a Master's degree. Students are admitted to the program with the expectation
that they will fulfill Graduate School and Program requirements for a Ph.D.
Although the Neuroscience Program sets certain minimum requirements for its


Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia


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