Two students use the human to human interface kit to control their arm movements.

The Behavioral Neuroscience program at Northeastern University is one of the longest running and largest undergraduate BNS programs in the U.S. This clearly indicates the high level of student interest in BNS at Northeastern University. From a programmatic standpoint, the BNS program at Northeastern University offers a greater number and a more diverse array of specialty courses across multiple neuroscience fields of study which set our program apart from our peers.

Placement of BNS graduates

The ability of the BNS program to prepare students for higher degree granting programs in graduate or medical school and/or to qualify graduates for employment in a variety of fields from clinical and basic research laboratories and clinics to research assistant positions in a number of biotechnology fields is evident by the quantity and quality of placements of BNS graduates. BNS graduates have gone on to attend medical school at such prestigious institutions as Yale, Stanford and Columbia Universities. Equally impressive are the universities that BNS graduates attend for graduate education and training, including Stanford, Harvard, Boston College, The University of California, San Diego, and the University of South Florida. In addition to attending institutes of higher education, BNS graduates find employment in research laboratories in top biotechnology firms including Genzyme, Biomedical Research Models, and the Forsythe Institute and in academic university laboratories at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, New England Medical Center, and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Other BNS students choose to pursue careers centered on educational outreach and find employment in such organizations as Teach for America.

Meet some of our 2017 Graduates