Looking for degree type structure for learning neuroscience.

Jeff Wilson WILSONJ at ipfw.edu
Thu Jul 23 12:44:44 EST 1998


Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) lists links to lots of
undergraduate neuroscience programs on its web page:

www.ipfw.edu/nf1/wilsonj/web/fun.htm
NOTE:  it's "nfONE" not "nfELL"

go to the Other Web Resources page.

Many of these departments will have their major requirements posted on
the web.  (Other links might not work - maintaining this web page is
not my full-time job :/   )

I hope this helps,

Jeff Wilson			TIP#184
wilsonj at ipfw.edu

On Wed, 22 Jul 1998 15:40:58 -0700, John McCormack <jpmccor at otsi.com>
wrote:

>Hi,
>    I wish to study neuroscience in my own time, I am interested in the
>mind, and so will need to know a lot about the brain.  I would like to
>do something like a degree course, following the same sort of structure
>and course content.   Seems to be the best way to learn it.
>Is there such a thing as a degree course in neuroscience or similar from
>which I can get a course description, and a list of books, etc. that I
>should study for each class/year of the course ?.
>This way I can learn the necessary chemistry, biology, psychology, etc.
>in the correct order and detail at the correct time.
>
>Thanks in advance for any information you can give me.
>
>John.
>
>




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