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Bachelor of Science Degree in Neuroscience

The Department of Neuroscience, Developmental and Regenerative Biology is offering a new Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and a Minor in Neuroscience. The B.S. in Neuroscience degree will provide undergraduates at UTSA the opportunity to pursue an integrated course of study in Neuroscience. The curriculum is structured around 1) an interdisciplinary foundation in the sciences, psychology, and data analysis, 2) a broad scope of electives for students to individualize their degree or pursue one of four neuroscience concentrations (Behavioral, Computational, Molecular, and Pre-medical), and 3) opportunities for research/practical experience.


Please refer to the UTSA Admission Requirements for details on the admissions process.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

For those who are interested in undergraduate research, please see UTSA's Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

Undergraduate Advisor of Record

Dr. William Ramos


UTSA offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with subspecialty options designed to prepare students for professional careers in the biological sciences, medical and health service fields, research, industry, and education. At the upper-division level, students wanting to specialize can choose one of six area concentrations, including Cell and Molecular Biology and Neurobiology.
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