Which Degree is Right for You?

Why Major or Minor in Psychology? 



Students Interested in a Degree in Psychology are supported by the Office of Undergraduate Studies in Psychology located in the Sociology-Psychology Building, Room 235. Natalia Silva Harwood is the program coordinator for the psychology program and can be reached at psychologyDUS@duke.edu  or Schedule an appointment here. The office is open during regular business hours, M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm (accessible remotely to allow for social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic) . Current and prospective psychology degree-seeking students are encouraged to reach out to our office for any questions related to the program.  

Why Major or Minor in Neuroscience? 

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Now more than ever, the broad impact of innovation in neuroscience is extending beyond the traditional academic disciplines where the brain sciences emerged. New dialogue and collaboration exists among neuroscientists and experts in law, business, social sciences, philosophy, the arts, and the humanities. Accordingly, the Duke curriculum in neuroscience for majors (Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts) and minors reflects this broadening interdisciplinary platform for discovery and learning, with a rich offering of learning experiences that reflect the exciting growth of neuroscience and its increasing relevance to real-world problems. 

Students studying neuroscience are provided rich opportunities to study the brain with faculty from a number of diverse disciplines and perspectives. Our undergraduate curriculum is taught by faculty from many departments, chiefly the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience and the Department of Biology, both of which are in Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, and the Department of Neurobiology in the Duke University School of Medicine and the Biomedical Engineering Department in the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University.

Students Pursuing a Degree in Neuroscience are supported by the Office of Undergraduate Studies in Neuroscience located in the lower area of the LSRC building, rooms M052 and B022. Cindy Clements and Tyler Lee manage the undergraduate program in neuroscience and can be reached at DukeNeuroMajor@duke.edu