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University of Calgary Calendar 2017-2018 Faculty of Science 4. Program Details 4.6 Non-Departmental Programs: Environmental Science, Nanoscience, Natural Sciences, Neuroscience 4.6.4 Neuroscience Combined Degrees Combined Degrees

It is not possible to undertake a combined Neuroscience degree with a degree in Biological Sciences, Psychology or Zoology. If Neuroscience is combined with another Major in the Department of Biological Sciences (i.e., Biochemistry; Cellular, Molecular & Microbial Biology; Ecology or Plant Biology), then:

Biology 241, 243, 311, 331 and Biochemistry 393 will be counted towards both degrees. For any other course that is a requirement for both programs that course may be counted towards only one and a substitution must be made to fulfill the requirements of the other degree.