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I've noticed on the keele website that neuroscience is available as a single honours, how will that be different to dual honours or major/minor? Does it have more compulsory modules?
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I've noticed on the keele website that neuroscience is available as a single honours, how will that be different to dual honours or major/minor? Does it have more compulsory modules?
Hi me123356789


I've just spoken to David Mazzocchi-Jones, Programme Director who said...

Students studying single honours Neuroscience dedicate all of their credits each year to Neuroscience modules, unlike dual where they spend 50% of their credits on Neuroscience modules. In addition, some of the Neuroscience modules such as Neuroanatomy, Endocrinology & Cell Signalling and Metabolism are only available to single honours students.

The following link takes you to our course leaflet with details of the modules and further details:http://www.keele.ac.uk/media/keeleun...s/neurosci.pdf

If you have any questions David can be contacted at [email protected].

Hope this helps?
Alistair (Marketing and Communications)
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