Neuroscience (Master of Science)
The Master of Science in Neuroscience program is only open to current undergraduate Creighton students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. This accelerated bachelor’s to master’s program is set up for current undergraduate Creighton students to graduate in five years with a bachelor's AND a master’s degree.
Further your understanding of the human nervous system through Creighton University’s Master of Neuroscience program. The human nervous system is responsible for all aspects of human behavior, including thought, perception and movement. Coursework and a focused laboratory experience are designed to deepen your understanding of the nervous system, regardless of your career goals—whether that’s earning a doctoral degree or a career in research, healthcare or education.
No matter your interests, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experts in their fields. Our faculty bring a broad wealth of knowledge to this interdisciplinary plan of study and are actively engaged in fields such as biology, chemistry, psychology, pharmacology, behavior, computer science, medicine and rehabilitation sciences.
Invest in Yourself
An advanced degree is a big investment of your time and money. Creighton makes sure every credit hour is worth it, preparing you for future academic and professional success. It may not take as long as you think—Creighton’s MS in Neuroscience program is set up so undergraduate students start taking master’s level classes in May after their junior spring semester. Students will complete both undergraduate and master’s level classes their senior year and finish their master’s program their fifth year at Creighton. In five years, students will graduate with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Creighton University.