The depth and breadth of coursework, coupled with the capstone thesis required for the Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience, prepares students for advanced graduate and professional study or a wide variety of exciting career optionsMany Neuroscience majors go to professional schools in medicine, veterinary medicine, or health sciences, or into graduate programs encompassing virtually all areas of biomedical sciences and psychology. 

Common employers

  • Boulder County Public Health
  • Center for Autism & Related Disorders
  • Estes Park Medical Center
  • Integrated Health Systems
  • Otter Products
  • Seven Dimensions Behavioral Health
  • Vivaldi Biosciences

Common job titles

  • Research Assistant
  • Research Lab Technician / Technologist
  • Emergency Department Technician
  • Behavioral Therapist
  • Healthy Futures Youth Specialist
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Brain Based Therapist

Factors of success

  • Engagement with the CSU Career Center
  • Internship or research involvement
  • GPA
  • On campus employment

Career checklist

  • Update your resume and/or CV. 
  • Present research at CSU:
  • Attend a mock interview session at the Career Center to prepare for the job search or graduate school interviews. 
  • Attend many networking events to meet employers and increase your chances of landing a job. 
  • Ask three professors and/or employers to be professional references. 
  • You may continue to use the Career Center for guidance! All services are still available to you at no cost for one year after graduation and for a small fee after that.