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Neuroscience

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by GloryofGreece, May 11, 2008.

  1. GloryofGreece

    GloryofGreece Junior Member
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    I am thinking about majoring in biology or neuroscience in WSU...

    Neuroscience doesn't seem as rigorous as neurbiology....or am i really wrong about it...

    Anyways i can really decide which one i like more...

    any ideas?
     
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  3. armybound

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    I guess it would depend on the curriculum at your school and what the differences are.

    But yes, you can always change your major.
     
  4. thesauce

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    Wayne state? Wright state? Witchita state? Washington state?
     
  5. doomknight

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    don't decide on majors based on difficulty. The harder classes are usually the pre-reqs where there's a hard curve with lots of premeds, it doesn't matter what major you are you still have to take them.

    and come back to SDN in 2 years
     
  6. paranoid_eyes

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    neuro is the most interesting and fulfilling major. you will tap into ALL aspects of biology (especially if you do research). there's even a good bit of physics involved, depending on which electives you want to take.

    btw, what's the diff between neuroSCIENCE and neuroBIOLOGY??
     

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