Why goes Princeton not have a neuroscience/neurobiology major?

<p>Title says it all. <em>Typo in title</em></p>

<p>Same reason it doesn't have a finance or biochemistry major. You can learn those by majoring in something broader.</p>

<p>As important as the field of neuroscience is, it's better to start of undergrad ed with broader focus and you can always become more specific---- Princeton's Neuroscience Institute has an fMRI.</p>

<p>A concentration in molecular biology or psychology with a certificate in neuroscience will get you basically all the neuro experience you would want. This includes mandatory research during junior and/or senior year. That's all most neuroscience programs are: psych or mol bio majors with an emphasis on neuroscience.</p>