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I am going to U of M next fall and I am very interested in the psychology department. I hope to major in Neuroscience or Psychology.
Does anyone know the average grade that students get from taking the courses required for Neuroscience and Psychology concentrations respectively? Is it also true that in terms of difficulty that Neuroscience and Psychology are complete opposites, Neuroscience being very difficult and Psychology much less difficult?
Also, for Neuroscience or Psychology must I apply to be able to major in these concentrations or can I automatically major in either as a freshman?