Physiology Program Requirements
- Development of a strong foundation in the biomedical sciences
- Understanding of normal physiology and disease processes
- Preparation for a wide variety of careers in biomedical research and allied health
- Critical thinking and problem solving in an integrative discipline
- Development of practical laboratory skills
- Use of computers for data acquisition and management
- Intensive exposure to the biomedical Literature
- Exposure to the use of animals in biomedical research
Certain Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and International A Level test scores, in addition to dual enrollment and college credits earned elsewhere, may satisify certain B.S. in Neuroscience degree requirements.
Students can take certain courses at other institutions and transfer them back to MSU for credit. Before taking courses at another institution, however, students must make sure the courses will transfer back to MSU as the appropriate credits. For more detailed information, please go to http://transfer.msu.edu/ to view active transfer equivalencies MSU has with other institutions and consult with your academic advisor.