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Neuroscience Minor (14-15 credits)

This minor is co-sponsored by two departments: Biology and Psychology.  Department advisors are Dr. Zafir Buraei (Biology) and Dr. Michele Zaccario (Psychology).

Requirements


Required Courses: (14-16 credits)

Three Required Courses (11 credits)

BIO 325Neurobiology

3 credits

PSY 315Cognitive Psychology

4 credits

INT 299SSystems Behavioral Neuroscience

4 credits

One Required Elective (3-4 credits)

Students choose one of the following courses. 

PSY 320Abnormal Psychology I

3 credits

PSY 313Research Methodology

4 credits

PSY 375Lifespan Development Psychology

4 credits

PSY 612Neuropsychology

3 credits

PSY 613Current Perspectives on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Counseling

3 credits

PSY 651VSpecial Topics in Psychology: Pharmacology

3 credits

BIO 243General Endocrinology

4 credits

BIO 251Principles of Human Anatomy

4 credits

BIO 296CThe Neurobiology of Alzheimer's Disease

3 credits

BIO 321Developmental Biology

3 credits

BIO 322Animal Behavior

4 credits

BIO 327Cellular Biochemistry

4 credits

BIO 334General Physiology

4 credits

BIO 335Molecular and Cellular Biology

4 credits

BIO 336Genomics

4 credits

BIO 345Introduction to Toxicology

3 credits

BIO 346Introduction to Basic Pharmacology

3 credits

BIO 372Introduction to Molecular Biotechnology

4 credits

BIO 375Advanced Cell Biology

3 credits

BIO 480Research in Biology

3 credits

Note:  With prior approval from department advisor, a different upper-level Biology or Psychology course might be approved.

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