You’re curious about
- how the brain works
- the limits – or the lack of limits – of the human mind
and that means neuroscience could be your field.
The Neuroscience certificate pairs especially well with a major in Biology or Psychology, with a focus on research, with more options available at Bethel than at many schools of comparable size or even larger.
Your liberal arts experience will equip you for
- reading and searching scholarly literature
- analyzing data
- conducting independent research
- writing about your discoveries
and will put you on the path to a lab technician job, a health-related career, a graduate degree.
Take a little time to explore what some of our graduates who studied neuroscience at Bethel have done.
Want to talk more with faculty and current students? Schedule a campus visit.
You’ll have a variety of research options in both cognitive neuroscience and neurobiology, as well as the opportunity to work in an internship that matches your interests.
Recent Bethel neuroscience students have held internships at:
- Via Christi Medical Center, Wichita
- National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.
- New York University
- University of Minnesota
A Neuroscience Certificate can open the door to a career as a laboratory technician in biology or psychology. With additional graduate or professional education, the study of neuroscience leads to a wide variety of careers.
Post-graduate careers include:
- Teaching in biology, psychology or neuroscience
- Many different health and mental health professions
- Clinical neuropsychology
- Health psychology
The courses in neuropsychology, as well as biopsychology and health, are often not present in other undergraduate curricula. They provide an introduction to psychological aspects of neuroscience and integrate them with health and mental health issues.