Computational Neuroscience, Minor
The Neuroscience Program has established a new cross-school, inter-disciplinary Minor in Computational Neuroscience, which is an emerging field involving the application of quantitative methods to the analysis of neural circuits and the brain. In brief, the Minor requires eight courses, four core classes and four electives, the latter encouraging breadth. No more than five of these courses can also be used to fulfill requirements for another major or minors.
|NRSC 1110||Introduction to Brain and Behavior||1|
|CIS 1100||Introduction to Computer Programming||1|
|or CIS 1200||Programming Languages and Techniques I|
|NRSC/PHYS 5585/NGG 5940||Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience||1|
|Independent Research in NRSC, COGS, CIS, BE, PHYS, BIOL, or other relevant major||1|
|Select 4 course units of Electives||4|
|Total Course Units||8|
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2023 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.