The Bachelor’s in Biopsychology degree prepares graduates to apply a deep understanding of brain functioning and its relationship to human behavior in a variety of career applications such as research or therapeutic areas. This program is a collaborative major between the biology and psychology departments.
Why study Biopsychology at Geneva College?
- Curriculum filters current neuroscience principles through Christian critique, discernment and dialogue
- Program features IACUC-approved animal care facility and includes necessary equipment and instruments for experiments in molecular and cellular neurobiology
- Students have access to computer workstations dedicated to the biology and psychology departments for research, data collection and statistical analysis purposes
This program is offered at the following locations:
- Beaver Falls
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