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Loyola University Maryland    
 
    
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue

Interdisciplinary Major in Biology/Psychology


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Jointly offered by the Biology and Psychology Departments, this interdisciplinary major provides students with an opportunity to explore the underpinnings of the life sciences and human behavior. This curriculum provides excellent preparation for careers in medicine and other health-related fields, as well as careers in science and psychology-related areas. It is also an excellent foundation for graduate studies in the life sciences (e.g., neurobiology, physiology, microbiology), the interdisciplinary field of neuroscience, and various programs in psychology (e.g., clinical, neuropsychology, health). Students should declare this major by the end of their freshman year.

Two Additional Biology Electives


Two additional biology electives (not restricted to the list above), with one at the 200-level or higher and the other at the 300-level or higher.

Three Psychology Electives


Three psychology electives at the 200-level or higher. Students are encouraged to discuss this elective selection with their academic advisor and to choose courses that complement their interests and professional goals.

Two Additional Courses


Two additional courses (100-level or higher) from CH, CS, MA/ST, or PH. These courses must be those typically taken by biology majors.

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