The major program in Neuroscience is a focused program for students interested in how the nervous system functions. Research in neuroscience is highly interdisciplinary in nature, and borrows principles from a number of subjects including: biology, biochemistry, physiology, psychology, a well as mathematics, physics, immunology and computer science.
Please refer to the Course Calendar for a full list of courses in the Neuroscience program.
All course selections for the Major in Neuroscience must be approved by an adviser. Contact wendy [dot] brett [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Wendy Brett), Interdisciplinary Programs Advisor, Science Office for Undergraduate Student Advising (SOUSA).
Course selection advice for U1 students can be found here.