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Bachelor of Science

Explore the science of the human brain.

Are you a hardworking, highly analytical person interested in studying the human brain? If so, you may be interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience.

Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field in which scientists share a common interest in studying anatomy, physiology, and function of the nervous system and how it regulates behavior. The major is designed to provide a strong foundation in neuroscience while giving students the flexibility to select courses that prepare them for a wide variety of career options. These include, but are not limited to, graduate study in neuroscience, physiological psychology, neuropsychology and health care areas such as physical therapy, neuro-rehabilitation and medicine. Neuroscience is also a major for students who are simply interested in understanding the nature of brain-behavior relationships and want to pursue the field as part of a liberal arts education. Students will find that this major is compatible with a wide range of minors or double majors such as (but not limited to) Biology, Chemistry, Health and Exercise Science, Philosophy or Psychology.

Program Snapshot

Course Format
On campus courses

Academic Term
16-week semesters 

Cost of Tuition

Sample Neuroscience Classes

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NS 480: Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

Examines current questions and experimental approaches in cellular and molecular neuroscience, including the ionic basis of electrical signaling and mechanisms of learning and memory.

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NS 485: Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology

Explores how nerve cells communicate with one another and how patterns of neural interconnections give rise to different perceptual, cognitive and motor responses.

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PSY 487: Neuropsychology

Studies the neural systems regulating motivation, emotion, learning and the neuropsychological bases of cognitive processes.

Program Details

Get all the details on our B.S. Neuroscience program, including course requirements and application materials. 

Neuroscience Career Paths


Neuroscientists perform research on the behavior of the nervous system and can study function of the nervous system such as neurotransmitters or behaviors of the nervous system such as psychiatric disorders.

Behavioral Analyst

Behavioral Analysts study personality traits and patterns of human behavior to better understand the science behind a  person's decision making, motivations and actions.


Criminologists analyze all forms of criminal activity and hypothesize ways to reduce crime using their understanding of neuroscience to predict human behavior patterns.

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How to Apply

To apply to the B.S. Neuroscience program, you will need: 

  • Completed online application
  • Official high school transcripts with a minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • ACT/SAT test scores 
  • Essay
  • One letter of recommendation

The first step in the application process is to contact an admissions counselor, who can help you through the entire application process, evaluate your prior learning credit (AP, IB, etc.) and provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance.

Tuition and Fees

Full-time tuition: $37,830/year (fall and spring semesters)
Part time (less than 12 credit hours per semester): $1,261/credit hour

Tuition does not include fees, room and board or personal expenses. For full cost of attendance information, visit the Tuition and Fees page.

Curious about financial aid options? Regis also offers a variety of scholarships, grants and other programs to help you pay for school. Visit Financial Aid for more information.

Admissions Timeline

Regis University has a rolling admissions policy. However, you are encouraged to submit your application by the priority deadlines:

| Incoming Freshmen: April 15
International Students: July 1
Transfer Students: August 1

Incoming Freshmen: Dec 1
International Students: Nov 1
Transfer Students: Dec 1