What's the plan for college if I'm interested in neuroscience researching?
I'm an international student applying to American undergraduate colleges. I'm interested in psychology and neuroscience and I want to do the research jobs in the future. My family can only support me till I finish undergraduate education, meaning that I can't study in a graduate school without a sufficient income for a long time. Which undergraduate colleges do you suggest me to apply to (especially if I want to major in neuroscience)? What graduate school do you suggesst me to atten in the future, assuming that I will have had a nice GPA? What degree do you suggest me to get? Thanks to anyone that answers seriously! The "colleges" refers to the libral arts colleges and the large universities, if I've not made that clear.
Asked By: Cydruid - 7/24/2009
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Answered By: Jay - 7/25/2009
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Come to the University of Texas at Dallas. We have an excellent school of behavioral and brain sciences. Contact Dr. Van Miller and he will point you in the right direction. Neuroscience is very big at UTD.
Answered By: PaulESure - 7/24/2009
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