Seek to understand the nature of individuals and why they behave the way that they do.
Study of relationships that exist between behaviour and the structural, chemical, and electromagnetic organization of the brain.
Study a key discipline that strives to relate to all aspects of behaviour, experiences, and feelings to changes in the chemistry, cell activity, and physics of the brain.
Understand why abnormal changes in the physical properties of the brain are responsible for many psychological and social adaptation problems and why some changes can produce special behaviours, such as unique talents.
Enjoy a program that is designed to meet the growing demand for scientists and technicians with a broad knowledge of both behavioural and biochemical sciences. Equip yourself with the necessary requirements for medical school and biomedical and psychology graduate programs, as required courses in this program correspond with admission requirements.
Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to:
- Graduate studies
- Teaching in colleges or universities
Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.
Enrolling in the B.Sc. in Behavioural Neuroscience was the best decision I’ve ever made. The opportunities that it has led to, the development I experienced as a learner and critical thinker, and the amazing faculty are some of the many reasons why. In addition, it is very rare to be able to conduct research during an undergraduate degree. Not only did I get to do this, but in my third year, I was given the opportunity to design my own research project and conduct it. The support I received on this project was incredible. I was interested in using stem cell therapy for neurodegenerative diseases (for example, Parkinson’s Disease) so I received help in designing a project to work towards this. It was the perfect combination of self-learning and help from faculty and graduate students. This developed my skills in problem-solving, critical thinking, and taught me what research really was. This degree was everything an undergrad program should be. It taught me to love my education, to ask questions, and to find ways to answer them. It developed my interest in not only the brain but in healthcare, in education, and in the importance of learning what you are passionate about.