To understand what course of study or professional steps would lead to the best opportunities for someone who is interested in enhancing brain capacity and pursuing both science and music.
Neuroscience is a field that may be a good option for someone interested in brain science, as it is focused on the study of the brain and nervous system.
INTELLIGENCE AND COLLEGES
The hardest colleges to get into and, therefore, likely those with the smartest students include Harvard, Stanford, California Institute of Technology, Yale University, Princeton University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Chicago, Columbia University, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Pennsylvania.
The most difficult majors include architecture, chemical engineering, aeronautical and astronautical engineering, biomedical engineering, cell and molecular biology, physics, astronomy, biochemistry, bioengineering, and petroleum engineering.
Top college degrees for intellectual people include actuarial science, bioethics and ethical compliance, bond trading and finance, cognitive psychology, editor (English degree), historian/archivist, higher education, information engineering, learning and curriculum design, and social and behavioral research.
MUSIC AND SCIENCE
Neuroscience and music can be combined, as evidenced by the experience of Sara Kornfeld Simpson, who "is double majoring in neuroscience and music at Boston University."
Oberlin College & Conservatory has a program in cognitive sciences with "a variety of disciplines including anthropology, biology, computer science, linguistics, mathematics, music theory, neuroscience, philosophy, and psychology.