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2021-2022 Catalog

Neuroscience, B.S. Major (Class of 2022 and beyond)

Requirements

The major consists of a minimum of 15 courses:

BIOL 112Biomolecular Foundations of Biology

CHEM 121General Chemistry I

CHEM 122General Chemistry II

CHEM 221Organic Chemistry I

NEUR 201Introduction to Neuroscience

NEUR 256/BIOL 256Neurobiology

NEUR 323/PSYC 323Physiological Psychology II

NEUR 401Advanced Neuroscience

PSYC 110Introduction to Psychological Science

PSYC 120Quantitative Methods in Psychology

Five electives from:

BIOL 213Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

BIOL 214Neuroanatomy

BIOL 251Human Physiology

BIOL 255Molecular Genetics

BIOL 310Aging and Age-Related Diseases

BIOL 314Anatomy of Vision

CHEM 361Biochemistry I

CM 151Introduction to Computational Science

NEUR 205Human Machine & Advances in Medical Technology

NEUR 255Music & the Brain: Neuroscience of Music

NEUR 275Art, Neuroscience and Consciousness

NEUR 351Neurophysiology

NEUR 353Neuroregeneration

PHIL 225Philosophy of Mind

PSYC 203Design and Analysis I

PSYC 225/NUER 225Psychopharmacology

PSYC 232Psychological Diagnoses

PSYC 256Cognitive Psychology I

PSYC 321Learning

PSYC 322Perception

One semester of neuroscience research (NEUR 391-392, 491-492, 495-496) may be used as an elective.

Neuroscience majors may not minor in psychology and may not seek a second major (A.B. or B.S.) in either biology or psychology.

Neuroscience majors may not minor in biology or psychology and may not seek a second major (A.B. or B.S.) in either biology or psychology.

This page reflects the requirements for completing this major. General graduation requirements for all students can be found here