Neuroscience (formerly Biological Basis of Behavior) is an interdisciplinary program in which students explore the relationship between behavior (both human and animal) and its organic bases. The Program offers courses in virtually all areas of neuroscience ranging from cellular neurobiology to cognitive neuropsychology and integrates these basic interdisciplinary courses with basic science requirements in biology, chemistry and psychology. Students also engaged in supervised research in areas as diverse as molecular neurobiology, chemical neuroanatomy, visual sciences and behavioral ecology.
|Required BIBB Courses|
|BIBB 109||Introduction to Brain and Behavior||1|
|Select 3 course units of BIBB courses||3|
|Additional Courses from Areas of Interest|
|Select 4 course units of additional courses from Areas of Interest 1||4|
|Total Course Units||8|
See web site for approved courses in areas of specialized study.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2021 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.