Offered by the Neuroscience Council
Council: Christopher C. Chabot, Paul M. Fedorchak, Brian T. Healy, John W. Kulig, H. David Zehr
The Neuroscience minor is designed to give students experience in the multidisciplinary field of Neuroscience that includes Biology and Psychology. The program is composed of introductory courses in either Biological or Psychological sciences, component courses offered by these departments, and a capstone experience that involves independent research. Students considering graduate school would benefit from the experience gained from this program.
Students who are interested in this minor should contact one of the members of the Neuroscience Council. Several of the courses stipulated in this minor have specific prerequisites.
|BI 4780||Neurobiology (WRCO)||4|
|PS 3600||Behavioral Neuroscience||3|
|BI 4950||Undergraduate Research||3|
|or PS 4940||Independent Research in Psychology|
|Complete two of the following:||8|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology II|
and Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II
|Animal Behavior (WRCO)|
The prerequisites for the courses in this minor can be found in the course descriptions in this Catalog. Prerequisites include: Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BI 2110), Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I (BI 2130), Introduction to General Psychology (PS 2010), junior or senior Biology or Psychology major, permission of instructor or (Chair or faculty research mentor).