Undergraduate Certificate in Neuroscience
The Neuroscience Certificate encourages undergraduate students
at the University of Colorado (Boulder) to take courses in basic
science while providing a means to specialize in neurosciences.
Since this area of the biological sciences is cross-disciplinary,
interdepartmental course selection is possible and encouraged. Applicants must satisfy
the requirements of: 1) the parent department of their major, 2) their college's
core curriculum, and 3) the Neuroscience Certificate. They then
receive an undergraduate degree in their parent department with
certification in neuroscience. Award of the Certificate appears
on your CU transcript.
Benefits of the Certificate
What do you gain by getting a Certificate in Neuroscience? Although
the Certificate is not equivalent to a major, it does demonstrate
that you have completed an academic program beyond the major and
one which demonstrates that you have interdisciplinary breadth in
neuroscience. Given the requirements and standards set for the Certificate,
its award also demonstrates that you are among a select group of
of highly motivated undergraduates at CU, Boulder. You can and should
cite this award in your resumé.
If you are interested in applying for a Neuroscience Certificate,
it is a simple process. Please fill out the online
application form. You can apply before you fulfill the requirements
for the Certificate.
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