Behavioral/Cognitive Neuroscience Concentration, Neuroscience (BS)

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Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
BIO 310VERTEBRATE PHYSIOLOGY4
or HLTH 301 INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-A
BIO 339CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY4
or NEU 339 CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
BIO 340BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE4
BIO 342COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE4
or PSY 379 COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
PSY 360THEORIES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION4
or PSY 373 HAPPINESS, JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING

In addition, students in the Behavioral/Cognitive Neuroscience Concentration, will be required to choose 7 major electives from the list below, and have 8 open electives.

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select 7 major electives from the following:28
INDEPENDENT STUDY IN NEUROSCIENCE
NEUROETHICS
SPECIAL TOPIC IN NEUROSCIENCE
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
COMPUTERS AND HUMAN INTELLIGENCE
FOUNDATIONS OF DATA SCIENCE (FORMERLY CSC 367)
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
HUMAN ANATOMY
MICROBIOLOGY
PRINCIPLES OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
CELL BIOLOGY
GENETICS
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
VERTEBRATE PHYSIOLOGY
INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-A
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
TOPICS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BIOINFORMATICS FOR BENCH SCIENTISTS
INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO ENDOCRINOLOGY
GENERAL CHEMISTRY III
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY III
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I 1
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II 1
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY III
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY III 1
BIOCHEMISTRY I
and EXPERIMENTAL BIOCHEMISTRY I
INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-B
GENERAL PHYSICS I
UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I
GENERAL PHYSICS
GENERAL PHYSICS II
UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II
GENERAL PHYSICS III
UNIVERSITY PHYSICS III
GENERAL PHYSICS
PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIAL COGNITION
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
THEORIES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN
SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HAPPINESS, JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING
PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY