Students can earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Neuroscience. The degree provides interdisciplinary training in basic scientific principles in the life and physical sciences. This is needed for an understanding of how the nervous system functions, as well as for training in the fundamental principles of neuroscience and for advanced training in specific aspects of the field. Students pursuing this degree will gain a depth of understanding of neural function, one that spans cellular and molecular bases, systems-level connectivity, brain-behavior relations, and development in humans and in animal models.