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Psychobiology at Holy Names University is an interdisciplinary program focused on the study of the relationship between physiological processes and behavior in human beings and other animal species. Students pursue psychology and biology coursework and are typically prepared for a variety of careers including those involving laboratory research and fieldwork.

Bachelor's Degree in Psychobiology

The innovative Psychobiology major at HNU is an interdisciplinary program focused on the study of the relationship between physiological processes and behavior in human beings and other animal species. Psychobiology majors take coursework within the areas of psychology and biology and are typically prepared for a variety of careers including those involving laboratory research and fieldwork.

The major prepares students for graduate studies in physiological psychology, animal behavior, and neuroscience. It is also suitable as a preparation for teaching, counseling, and health science fields including medicine.

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