Neuroscience Track

Which courses can count as my two advanced science courses for the Neuroscience track?

The two advanced science courses must be chosen from Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology courses numbered 200 and above that deal with human and/or animal biology. We recommend the following courses: MCDB 200, 202, 205, 210, 240, 250, 300, 315, 320, E&EB 220, 225, and 240. Certain courses outside of these departments may also meet the advanced science requirement, including BENG 350, 421, CPSC 475, MB&B 300, 301, 420, 435,443, 452, MATH 222, 225, 230, 231, and STAT 241.

Where can I find information about the Neuroscience Track within the Psychology Major?

The neuroscience track is a special track within the Psychology Major for students who are interested in neuroscience. Such students are considered Psychology majors for whom the requirements have been modified to accommodate their interests, and to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of modern neuroscience and psychology. Interested students are encouraged to meet with the track adviser, Dr.

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