School now has 35 neuroscience majors
LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 21, 2015) — Transylvania University on Saturday will graduate the first group of majors from its neuroscience program.
Students are poised to further their educations in graduate or professional school or join the workforce after taking an interdisciplinary approach to a range of scientific and philosophical issues—from artificial intelligence to how the brain functions and how it makes us who we are.
Transylvania, which started the program in the fall of 2013, now has 35 neuroscience majors. Courses are as varied as Foundations of Computer Science, Behavioral Pharmacology and Music Cognition.