|The Department of Neuroscience
is home to the undergraduate neuroscience major. The requirements
and courses for the major are detailed in the Undergraduate
Program section of this website.
The University of Minnesota offers a graduate degree in neuroscience. A related degree is described on the Computational
Neuroscience Graduate Program website. Links to websites with
information on other educational programs related to neuroscience
are listed in the Related Programs
section of this website.
The Department of Neuroscience provides courses for undergraduate,
graduate and professional students. Current Course
Offerings are listed, by semester, including links to those
courses which are web-enhanced.
The Department of Neuroscience Seminar Series
is offered during the academic year, and provides a showcase for
national and local neuroscience specialists. Students, faculty and
staff are encouraged to take advantage of presentations on the latest,
most innovative research in neuroscience and related fields.
The Graduate Program in Neuroscience sponsors the Colloquium
Series. Speakers include national and local neuroscientists,
as well as students from the Graduate Program in Neuroscience.
Local Conferences and Symposia are
periodically offered throughout the academic year. A variety of
neuroscience topics have been presented.