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Department News

Biology professor Godde to study, teach in Mauritius in 2015

Thanks to Doc Kieft's gift, eight science students working on campus

Major gift from McGraths funds biology position; Godde is first recipient

Monmouth students break out of comfort zone on trips to Puerto Rico, Cuba

Mills answers what happens when '7 billion humans meet 9 million other species'

Cramer's ongoing study of brown recluse spiders is in journal article

First of MC's groundbreaking programs to focus on food security

Godde, three students to discuss 10-day trip that started, ended in Quito

Solving global hunger can happen, say Thurow (left), panelists at MC symposium

Alumni Nierenberg '95, Plummer '73 on panel, Thurow (left) is keynote speaker

Biopsychology Overview

Students majoring in Biopsychology will learn to understand the biological mechanisms of behavior and psychological processes. The Biopsychology major will benefit students interested in pursuing a post- baccalaureate degree (M.S. or Ph.D.) in Biopsychology and related fields, students interested in attending medical school, and students interested in academic or professional careers requiring a solid foundation in science.
  
Our program will provide intellectual and practical engagement though internships, participation in conferences, travel, and research opportunities. The Biopsychology major requires a total of 41 semester hours. Courses are divided into two categories: Core Courses with a Required Research Component and Electives. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the major, no minor is offered.
 
Equipment/Facilities
The department has well-equipped laboratory facilities housed with other departments in our new Center for Science and Business building. The department human experimentation facilities include group processes rooms, as well as individual performance testing areas. We also have an animal laboratory.
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Student "Scotlight"

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Family tradition of attending Monmouth College continues