University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate Neuroscience Program

Careers in Neuroscience

Advanced Study:

Graduates might choose to pursue advanced studies leading to M.S., Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M., D.P.T. and other clinically related degrees for subsequent employment in academia, industry, and government as well as numerous medically-related occupations such as neurology, clinical neuropsychol­ogy, neurorehabilitation, among other health science professions


Graduates will be well prepared to compete in a wide range of job markets at the bachelor's level as scientists and technicians in biotechnology, biomedical research, hospital and pharmaceutical laboratories, and other private sector, academic, and government research and development occupations. The interdisciplinary background obtained through this major also prepares students for other types of careers such as science teaching, science writ­ing and editing, consulting, medical equipment and pharmaceutical sales, and social and governmental agencies providing much needed support of clinically challenged populations such as people with brain or spinal cord injury

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