The neuroscience minor is designed to enable students in a variety of majors to explore the important and rapidly expanding field of neuroscience. The minor enhances a student's preparation for a variety of careers and/or graduate study in health-related professions and enriches undergraduate student involvement in neuroscience research.
Complete a total of 18 credit hours.
|Complete at least 2 out of the 3 required courses (6-9 cr. hrs.)|
|BISC 4140||Functional Neuroanatomy||3|
|BISC 3850||Systems Neuroscience||3|
|Elective Courses (9-12 cr. hrs.)|
|BISC 4155||Diseases of the Brain||3|
|BISC 4170||Biology, Moral Behavior and Policy||3|
|BISC 4275||Modern Plagues: Addiction, Obesity and Stress||3|
|BISC 4995||Independent Study in Biomedical Sciences (with approval of topic)||1-3|
|SPPA 4310||Introduction to Neurological Disorders||3|
|BIOL 3502||Experimental Neurobiology||3|
|BIOL 4956||Laboratory Research Project in Biological Sciences (with approval of project)||1-3|
|PSYC 3650||Affective Neuroscience||3|
|PSYC 4320||Learning and Memory||3|
|PSYC 4330||Human Factors Engineering||3|
|PSYC 4960||Advanced Undergraduate Seminar||3|
|PSYC 4995||Independent Study in Psychology (with approval of topic)||1-3|
|BIEN 4500||Medical Imaging Physics||3|
|BIEN 4510||Image Processing for the Biomedical Sciences||3|
|BIEN 4600||Neural Engineering||3|
|BIEN 4620||Rehabilitation Science and Engineering||3|
|BIEN 4995||Independent Study in Biomedical Engineering (with approval of topic)||1-3|
- No more than 6 cr. hrs. for students from the College of Health Sciences and College of Arts and Sciences and no more than 9 cr. hrs. for students from the College of Engineering can count towards both the neuroscience minor and their primary major (e.g., only 6 credits from the minor can also apply towards the 33 credits required for the BISC major).