This program offers several advantages to qualified students:
- Graduate-level course work in neuroscience during the junior and senior years while concurrently completing requirements for an undergraduate degree at the host institution.
- One year of training in neuroscience research complete with thesis, culminating in a master of science degree in neuroscience granted by Morehouse School of Medicine.
- Completion of both a bachelor of science and a master of science degree in five years, for what normally would take six years.
- Obtaining a $22,000 stipend and tuition coverage for the master's research year.