Is the Major Neurobiology only offered in 4 colleges?

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undergrad isn't that special. most people take all of the same classes. even a masters program is breadth, not depth. your undergrad doesn't matter, as long as you can get into a phd program that lets you do the research you want.
 
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Major in biology. Focus on cell and molecular biology. Go to graduate school in neurobiology.
 
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http://bcs.mit.edu/academics/undergrad_undergradrequirements.html [Broken]
http://neuroscience.brown.edu/undergraduate/
http://biology.ucsd.edu/undergrad/majors/PN05.html [Broken]
http://www.dibs.duke.edu/education/undergraduate-neuroscience
http://www.wesleyan.edu/nsb/
http://protist.biology.washington.edu/neurobiology/courses.html
http://neurobiology.uci.edu/ugrad/ugrad.html [Broken]
http://krieger.jhu.edu/neuroscience/index.html
http://www.neurosci.ucla.edu/

27 undergraduate programs are listed in http://www.sfn.org/siteobjects/published/0000BDF20016F63800FD712C30FA42DD/20999776FD2CCB17965C8A30F3BD1E6C/file/2009%20NDP%20Survey%20Report%20A.pdf [Broken]
 
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