Neuroscience, Minor (434)
Program Requirements (21 hours)
The minor in Neuroscience offers students the opportunity to study the intersection of brain and behavior in a manner that incorporates tools and perspectives from the psychological and biological sciences, and related disciplines. This minor will be an attractive option for students who are:
- Planning to pursue advanced study in any of several fields related to neuroscience, including psychology, biology, medicine, counseling, or social work or
- Seeking relevant training for jobs related to the assessment, rehabilitation, and treatment of brain damage, brain diseases, and addiction.
|PSYS 360||Behavioral Neuroscience||3|
|or PSYS 362||Behavioral Neuroscience with Lab|
|Select 15 credit hours in electives from the following courses:||15|
|Principles of Human and Animal Learning|
|Sensory and Perceptual Systems|
|Neuroscience of Learning and Memory|
|Psychology of Sexuality|
|Introduction to Molecular and Cell Biology|
|Philosophy of Mind: Minds and Machines|
Note: Students must choose at least 1 course from Biology and Psychological Sciences. Students must take PSYS 100 or PSYS 160 and BIOL 120/BIOL 121 prior to beginning their coursework in the minor (some courses available for the minor may have additional prerequisites).