Interdisciplinary Minor in Neuroscience
Wake Forest offers a minor in Neuroscience. Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field focused on the study of the nervous system. Neuroscientists examine subjects ranging from the molecular pharmacology of brain function to the mind-body problem. Information about the minor, including requirements, can be found at http://neuroscience.wfu.edu or contact Dr. Wayne Silver in the Department of Biology at email@example.com
Five year dual Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Neuroscience
For undergraduates interested in a graduate degree in neuroscience, the Neuroscience Program offers a five-year dual degree program jointly sponsored by the Wake Forest University College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School of Arts and Science. Wake Forest University undergraduates pursuing a B.S. or B.A. degree in Wake Forest College of Arts and Sciences with a minor in Neuroscience have the opportunity to earn a research-oriented M.S. degree with a concentration in Neuroscience with one additional year of study. Interested students can get more information at http://neuroscience.wfu.edu/5-year-neuroscience-masters-program/
Interdisciplinary Minor in Environmental Science
The Wake Forest Environmental program offers both an Environmental Science minor and an Environmental Studies minor. The Environmental program provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human-environmental interaction. The Environmental Science or the Environmental Studies minor, coupled with a liberal arts major, is designed to prepare students for careers in the environmental sciences, law, public health, public policy, and public administration, and to develop attitudes and values consistent with a sustainable environmental future.
Please consult a current copy (or online version) of the Wake Forest bulletin for course requirements. The requirements of a Biology major and Environmental Sciences minor overlap somewhat.
For more information contact Dr. Eric Stottlemyer, Environmental Program Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at http://college.wfu.edu/environment