Neuroscience Courses

PHIL 250: Topics in Philosophy: Philosophy of Neuroscience

Credits: 4
A seminar in which topics of current interest are presented and discussed. Read more ...

NEUR 270: Neuroscience

Credits: 4
This course examines the structure and function of the nervous system. Read more ...

NEUR 318: Neuroscience of Brain Disorders

Credits: 4
Human brain dysfunction can produce a wide variety of neurological and psychiatric illnesses. Read more ...

PSYC 345: Cognitive Neuroscience

Credits: 4
This course examines the link between brain and behavior from the systems level.  Read more ...

NEUR 350: Neuroscience Research Methods

Credits: 4
This laboratory methods course is designed to expose students to a wide range of neuroscience techniques. Read more ...

BIOL 375: Neuroendocrinology

Credits: 4
An exploration of reciprocal interactions between the nervous and endocrine systems: how the brain regulates endocrine homeostasis, and how developmental and daily/seasonal changes in hormone levels bring about changes in neural structure and function.  Read more ...

BIOL 376: Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

Credits: 4
An exploration of the unique cell biology and physiology of neurons. Read more ...

NEUR 399: Junior Honors Tutorial

Credits: 1
Junior Neuroscience majors who are considering pursuing honors research are required to enroll in this preparatory tutorial.  Read more ...

CHEM 411: Medicinal and Computational Chemistry with Lab

Credits: 4, 1
This course will cover a variety of topics in organic, physical and biochemistry, all related to the overall theme of medicinal chemistry.  Read more ...

NEUR 451 (fall)/452 (spring): Research in Neuroscience

Credits: 1-4
Qualified students may conduct laboratory research in neuroscience.  Read more ...

NEUR 485 (fall)/486 (spring): Senior Seminar

Credits: 4
All Neuroscience majors are required to enroll in Senior Seminar during one semester of their senior year.  Read more ...

NEUR 495 (fall)/496 (spring): Honors Tutorial

Credits: 4-8
For seniors accepted into the Neuroscience honors research program. Read more ...