|PSYC 101||SURVEY OF PSYCHOLOGY||4|
|BIOL 210||PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY||4|
|BIOL 211||PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY||4|
|BIOL/HHPA/PSYC 260||FUNDAMENTALS OF NEUROSICENCE (ALSO LISTED AS HHPA 260 AND PSYC 260)||4|
|Select two of the following:||8-9|
|MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY|
|BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY|
|INTRODUCTION TO BIOPSYCHOLOGY|
|DRUGS AND BEHAVIOR|
|SEMINAR IN BIOPSYCHOLOGY|
- Biology and Biochemistry majors must take two elective courses outside of the Biology major.
- Psychology majors must take at least one elective course outside of their major.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Understand the basic molecular, cellular, and anatomical structures of the nervous system;
- Relate these structural elements to their proximate functions, as well as to the emergent behavior of the whole nervous system;
- Integrate relevant theories from multiple fields within biology and psychology to construct a holistic understanding of the nervous systems;
- Explore modern experimental and analytical methodologies in biology and psychology with relevance to neuroscience;
- Relate their understanding of nervous systems to pertinent societal issues, such as neurodegenerative disorders, mental health, and drug use.