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Honors Program in Integrative Neuroscience

Outstanding students in Integrative Neuroscience are encouraged to participate in the honors program. Participation requires the preparation of an honors thesis that consists of a proposal, data collection, written analysis and an oral defense of the final thesis. Successful completion of the honors program results in graduation with distinguished independent work in Integrative Neuroscience.

Requirements and procedures

You may also view the requirements of the Honors Program in integrative neuroscience by going to the University Bulletin, and selecting Integrative Neuroscience from the Undergraduate Fields of Study by Department pull-down menu.

To gain acceptance to the honors program in Integrative Neuroscience, a student must:

Integrative Neuroscience Honors Application

Applications for the Integrative Neuroscience Honors Program are also available in the Integrative Neuroscience Advising Office, S4-230B.

Advantages of completing an honors thesis

Suggested timetable for completing an honors thesis

For detailed information about this process, the requirements, appeals, etc., read the Bulletin sections on the Integrative Neuroscience Honors Program requirements and procedures.

Junior year, spring semester

Senior year, fall semester

Senior year, spring semester

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Last Updated: 7/25/13