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Group : Neuroscience
Can be taken as: Major, Minor, Honours

Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary science devoted to the understanding of the nervous system, and borrows principles from a number of subjects including: biology, biochemistry, physiology, psychology, as well as mathematics, physics, immunology and computer science. The undergraduate Neuroscience programs are coordinated by three departments: Biology, Physiology and Psychology. The major program in Neuroscience is a focused program for students interested in how the nervous system functions. The Honours program is intended for students who are interested in laboratory-based research and in acquiring a foundation in each of the 3 streams of the Neuroscience Major (cell and molecular; neurophysiology and computational; cognition and behavior). 

Note: High school students from outside Quebec are not eligible for direct admission. A minimum of one year of university studies with completion of all prerequisite courses is necessary for admission.

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Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Major Neuroscience (65 Credits)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Minor Neuroscience (25 Credits)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Honours Neuroscience (74 Credits)