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Courses by Category

FALL 2014

SPRING 2015 

FOUNDATION COURSES:

FOUNDATION COURSES:

BIOL 181 & 191

Principles of Biology I

 

BIOL 182 & 192

Principles of Biology II

CHEM 141

Introductory Chemistry I

 

CHEM 142

Introductory Chemistry II

CHEM 143

Principles of Chemistry I

 

CHEM 144

Principles of Chemistry II

CHEM 251

Principles of Organic Chemistry  I

 

CHEM 252

Principles of Organic Chemistry II

PHYS 111

Introductory Physics I

 

PHYS 112

Introductory Physics II

PHYS 113

General Physics I

 

 

 

CORE COURSE:

NS&B 213

Behavioral Neurobiology

 

 

 

 

 

ADVANCED COURSES:

 

ADVANCED COURSES:

A. Biology Courses:

 

A. Biology Courses

 

NS&B 239

 

Brain Anatomy

 

 

NS&B 245

 

Cellular Neurophysiology

NS&B 325  Stem Cells: Basic Biology to Clinical Application

 

NS&B 249 Neuroethology
NS&B 347  Mammalian Cortical Circuits   NS&B 252 Cell Biology of the Neuron
NS&B 353 (01)(02)  Neurobiology of Neurological Disorders   NS&B 328  Chemical Senses
B. Psychology Courses: B. Psychology  Courses:
NS&B 220 Cognitive Psychology NS&B 220 Cognitive Psychology
NS&B 225  Cognitive Neuroscience

 

NS&B 225 Cognitive Neuroscience
NS&B 239     Brain Anatomy

 

NS&B 227 Reward & Motivation
NS&B 353 (01)(02)  Neurobiology of Neurological Disorders NS&B 342 Music Perception and Cognition

C. Research Methods and Practica:

 

C. Research Methods and Practica:

NS&B 215           NS&B 243 

RM in Animal Research               Neurohistology

 

NS&B 247          

NS&B 280 

Lab in Neurophysiology

Applied Data Analysis 

NS&B 250 Lab in Cellular & Beh Neurosc

NS&B 392

NS&B 398 

Beh Mthds in Affective Neurosc          

AR Auditory Cognitive Neurosc 

NS&B 399 Lab in Gambling, Drugs and Junk Food
PSYC 200 Statistics: An Activity-Based Approach

 

PSYC 200 (01)(02)(03)(04) Statistics: An Activity Based Approach

Research Tutorials

*See below for description

 

Research Tutorials

*See below for description

*Research tutorials have several course designations including 409/410, and 423/424. The appropriate course number should be determined in consultation with your faculty supervisor.