Georgia State University
P.O. Box 5030
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-5030
Daniel N. Cox, Director
Anne Murphy, Graduate Director
Aras Petrulis, Associate Graduate Director
The Neuroscience Institute emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to graduate training. Using state of the art facilities and equipment, Neuroscience Institute faculty are actively engaged in basic research that includes molecular, cellular, behavioral, computational, and cognitive approaches. For more specific details about the Neuroscience Institute and for all application materials, please visit: neuroscience.gsu.edu.
The Neuroscience Institute offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Master of Science degrees in Neuroscience. There are three options for the Master of Science degree. One is for Ph.D. students, who earn a M.S. en route to the Ph.D. degree. Second, there is also a stand-alone M.S. in Neuroscience, for applicants that prefer the M.S. option as the terminal degree. Third, there is the B.S./M.S. program for GSU undergraduate Neuroscience majors who want to earn the M.S.
ProgramsBachelor of Science/Master of ScienceDoctor of PhilosophyMaster of Science