You've found your passion, and now you're ready to turn that into a career.
The Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology program allows students the flexibility to chart a unique academic path within a multidisciplinary framework. After graduation, the skills PNP emphasizes – theoretical agility, scientific literacy, writing, and communication – are useful in a broad range of pursuits. And this sort of flexibility can be essential in navigating a rapidly transforming economy.
PNP majors go on to an incredible variety of next steps in business, research, law, medical school, nursing, teaching, and nonprofit work. Recent years have seen students with internships at Harvard University, the National Institutes of Health, the Smithsonian, and the St. Louis Zoo. And students have found jobs with Citigroup, Enterprise Holdings, and Teach for America. Others have pursued graduate or professional degrees at Brown University, Columbia University, and New York University. The interdisciplinary character of the major attracts a varied population of students, prepares them with wide-ranging skills, and enables them to pursue a diverse set of outcomes.