Originally Posted by ATLHawks
What's funny about that is I actually have Neuroscience as my current major kinda as a place holder. I figured that it would be the same as bio with all the additional math courses. How difficult would Neuroscience be compared to the other two majors?
Depends largely on the faculty involved and the specific required courses for Neuroscience at your institution.
The curriculum as a whole might be easier for you than biology, at least it seemed that way where I was, just because I had to take some psych courses as requirements, and psych ain't no thang. In some ways it can be more challenging because some courses might require you to learn the 3D structure of the brain which can be tricky to reconstruct in your mind from looking at three different slide orientations.
Ultimately, whatever you enjoy learning will come easier to you than whatever you are forced to learn.
I went with Neuro because I thought brains were super cool.
Plus, if you're interested in research, relative to biology it is a smaller field so you're more likely to make connections and work on something novel and cool if you're at a decently academic institution. I wasn't interested in research, but whatever floats your boat