Undergraduate Major
Photo Credit: CNS Dissection Course, Neuroscience Program
Undergraduate Major
The Neuroscience Major at Tulane reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field of neuroscience. Courses in the neuroscience major comprise the fields of Psychology, Cell & Molecular Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, and Physics.
Tulane Neuroscience Master's Program
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Master’s Program
The 1-Year Master’s Program is for students with science backgrounds who wish to expand their knowledge of neuroscience before heading on to medical school, a PhD program, or the workplace. The program is primarily course-based, but includes clinical and research opportunities.
Tulane Neuroscience PhD Program
Photo Credit: Jeremy Nelson, PhD, Neuroscience Program
PhD Program
The PhD Program exposes students to exceptional advanced neuroscience instruction and cutting-edge research techniques. Neuroscience draws faculty from several departments including Cell & Molecular Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Psychology, Physiology and Pharmacology.
Tulane Neuroscience Research
Photo Credit: Photo by Dr. Lingling Yang – Hall Lab, Neuroscience Program
Neuroscience Program students may work in Brain Institute faculty labs at the main campus, at the medical school, and at the Tulane National Primate Center.


Welcome to the Tulane Neuroscience Program, the educational and training arm of the Tulane Brain Institute! 

The Tulane University Neuroscience Program was established in 1986 as the first interdisciplinary doctoral program at Tulane. In the early 2000’s, the Neuroscience Program expanded to include an interdisciplinary undergraduate major and a master’s program, each of which have each grown to be among the largest and most successful at the University. READ MORE »

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