Claremont Graduate University is the first in the world to offer an PhD specialization in neuroeconomics. The foundational course SPE301:The Behavioral Neuroeconomics of Decision Making prepares students for careers in teaching, research and consulting.
Research at CNS spans everything from molecular biology, behavioral neuroscience, clinical neurology, economics, finance, leadership, economics, political science to the philosophy of religion. Diversity in what we study and how we study it allows true transdisciplinary analysis by our research entrepreneurs.
CNS has funding for students interested in gaining hands-on experience with the methodology and applications of neuroeconomics. Please contact us if you're interested in joining our team.