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This is an advanced course for the Neuroscience major designed to provide a solid understanding of the peripheral and central connections that make the systems of the body function. Data and theories of brain-behavior relationships from current research in neuroscience will be discussed. (Cross-listed with NEUR 8006).

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): NEUR 1520 and NEUR 1540, BIOL 1450, BIOL 1750; or permission. Not open to non-degree graduate students.


The study of neuroscience is one of the most rapidly growing areas of life sciences, reflecting the importance of the fundamental and applied interest in how the nervous system is coordinated and regulated. The field of neuroscience examines the physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, development, growth, maintenance, and evolution of nervous system processes.

Neuroscience, Bachelor of Science

To obtain a BS with a major in Neuroscience, a student must fulfill university, college, and departmental requirements. As an interdisciplinary major, Neuroscience major requirements meet the college breadth requirement.  Other hour requirements follow: