Jun 15, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Neuroscience, Minor


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The 22 credit Neuroscience minor is a rigorous, inter-disciplinary exploration of the brain, mind, and nervous system through a combination of coursework and research opportunities.

The minor includes a core and two areas of emphasis. All neuroscience minors must complete the 10-credit neuroscience core and complete a minimum of 6 credits in each emphasis area.

Students pursuing the Neuroscience minor will be eligible for declaring this minor if they have completed the minor's prerequisites with a minimum grade of B for each course (P/NP not accepted). Most prerequisites can be completed as part of a major and/or general education. The prerequisites are not part of the minor.

neuroscience emphasis areas (12 credits minimum)


Credits are divided between the two emphasis areas, philosophy and psychological sciences and natural, health science, and technological sciences.

A maximum of 3 credits of research may be substituted for coursework in one emphasis area. Research credits must receive prior approval of the Neuroscience Director. If 3 credits of research are applied to one area of emphasis, research credits cannot be applied to the other area of emphasis.

total credits 22


*Psychology majors may only take up to 3 credits of PSY courses (including cross-listed and research) from the philosophy and psychological sciences emphasis area.

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