Mann has always had an interest in the brain, so LVC's neuroscience major was the perfect fit.
About Neuroscience at LVC
Combine psychology and biology, along with chemistry and human-centered disciplines, to understand the connections among body, mind, and behavior.
Our graduates are well versed in theoretical principles and practical techniques and are skilled investigators. You'll have an edge in your career and in graduate or medical school because you'll be great at working independently, interpreting data, and explaining your findings. Neuroscience will prepare you for graduate study in health professions, psychology, animal behavior, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, behavioral genetics, and neuroscience, as well as a variety of research positions.
Why Neuroscience at LVC?
- Match your coursework to your career goals. Pursue a biomedical or bio-behavioral track, or select courses for a more applied (clinical) or research focus.
- Be ready to solve real-world problems.
- Learn in our labs and animal colony room.
- Gain practical knowledge through independent and collaborative research projects.
I was able to present my research at the College’s annual Inquiry Symposium, giving me practice presenting—and defending my work—to professionals and peers, which has carried over into law school.