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An interdisciplinary field that offers careers in a wide range of industries, neuroscience is a fast-growing profession across the United States. Research, teaching, and administrative neuroscience jobs are available in private foundations, government agencies, private companies, hospitals, and universities.

Why Earn a Neuroscience Graduate Degree

Because this field is very specialized and relies on advanced science, a neuroscience degree at the graduate level can help expand your career opportunities. Other benefits to earning a neuroscience degree may include access to neuroscience research or internship opportunities.

When considering neuroscience graduate programs, be sure to take into account your interests and desired degree level. Some programs may offer an M.D. and Ph.D. combined program, while others may only provide neuroscience Ph.D. degrees. If you’re seeking a particular specialty, such as neuropsychology, neurobiology, clinical neuroscience, or one of the many other subfields, you’ll want to find a graduate school that offers courses to meet your needs.

Finding Neuroscience Graduate Programs

Explore neuroscience Ph.D. programs carefully to discover what resources they have available to you. You may also want to consider joining a neuroscience society or association to stay updated on the latest information in the field. Check out this search for neuroscience programs to find the graduate program that is the best fit for you.