- Certificate Program for Undergraduates
The certificate program is designed for undergraduates with strong interests in molecular biology, psychology, and related disciplines who wish to pursue an interdisciplinary study of brain function in their junior and senior independent work.
- Ph.D. in Neuroscience
The graduate program leading to the Ph.D. in Neuroscience is designed as a four-year program which provides broad, multi-disciplinary training with a strong foundation in core concepts, skills, methodologies, and advanced comprehension of scientific literature. The program encourages the serious study of molecular, cellular, developmental, and systems neuroscience as it interfaces with cognitive and behavioral research.
- Graduate Joint Degree Program To help prepare the next generation of neuroscientists, we also offer an interdisciplinary program leading to the degree of doctor of philosophy in molecular biology and neuroscience, chemistry and neuroscience, engineering and neuroscience, applied and computational mathematics and neuroscience, philosophy and neuroscience, physics and neuroscience, or psychology and neuroscience. Joint degree possibilities in other relevant departments are possible. Course requirements are flexible, and are designed to meet each student's unique background, research interests, and career goals.
- Neuroscience Offerings for Non-Neuroscience Majors
With the objective of opening up whole new fields of knowledge, the Princeton Neuroscience Institute offers different programs for non-neuroscientists. At the graduate level, a joint degree program with sister departments is offered. At the undergrauate level, we offer freshman seminars to pique the interest of the budding scientist. In addition, we also offer courses and research opportunities for engineering students.