Neuroscience, Bachelor of Science - Concentration in Neurobiology - NENB

Core Courses
NEUR 185First-Year Seminar: I like brains1
PSYC 156Introduction to Psychology: Culture and Systems3
or PSYC 157 Introduction to Psychology: Science for the Citizen
BIO 155
155L
Foundations of Molecular Biology
and Foundations of Molecular Biology Laboratory
2
BIO 156
156L
Foundations of Ecology and Evolution
and Foundations of Ecology and Evolution Laboratory
2
BIO 157
157L
Foundations of Cellular Biology
and Foundations of Cellular Biology Laboratory
2
BIO 158
158L
Foundations of Form and Function
and Foundations of Cellular Biology Laboratory
2
BIO 235
235L
Foundations of Neuroscience
and Foundations of Neuroscience Laboratory
4
PSYC 234
234L
Neuropsychology
and Neuropsychology Laboratory
4
BIO 385Introduction to Research2
or NEUR 385 Neuroscience Research Seminar
NEUR 485Neuroscience-Senior Research3
or BIO 485 Research in Biology
Required Supporting Courses
Select one of the following MATH sequences for 2-3 semesters. For students who could use College calculus prep to excel in later courses MATH 103 Precalculus. For calculus ready students, select one of the following sequences for two semesters. Based on Math Placement Test, Calculus prep, and grad degree plans.7-8
Theory and Application of Calculus
and Introduction to Statistics
Calculus I
and Calculus II for STEM majors
Survey of Calculus
and Introduction to Statistics
Note: Students should take option 1 or 2 if they like Math or are interested in Pharmacy, Optometry, DMD, DDS, MD/DO, DVM, some MS or PhD programs, or pursuing a Major to Chemistry (including Biochemistry), Physics, or Math. Option 3 is acceptable for MD/DO, PA, PT, OT, DVM, and some Biology MS or PhD programs and most Neurobiology graduate programs.
PHYS 111
111L
PHYS 112
PHYS 112L
College Physics I: Mechanics and Waves
and College Physics I Laboratory
and College Physics II: Temperature, Electricity, and Light
and College Physics II Lab
8
or
General Physics II: Temperature, Electricity, and Light
and General Physics II Laboratory
and General Physics I: Mechanics and Waves
and General Physics I Lab
CHEM 121
121L
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
4
CHEM 122
122L
Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
4
CHEM 221
221L
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
4
BIO 221
221L
Introduction to Genetics
and Introduction to Genetics Laboratory
4
Electives6-7
Electives Group A: One of the following:
Developmental Neurobiology
Electives Group B: One of the following:
Animal Behavior
and Animal Behavior Laboratory
General Physiology
and General Physiology Laboratory
Biochemistry
Molecular Cell Biology
and Molecular Cell Biology Laboratory
Computer Programming
Abnormal Psychology
Neuroscience Connections
One of the following:3
Design Lab
Modeling and Replication
Cats’ Paws and Catapults: Animal Biomechanics
Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
Lives and Times
Introductory Philosophy
Medical Ethics
Mind, Knowledge, and Reality
Psychology of Personality
Introduction to Communicative Disorders
Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Voice and Movement
Total Credits65-67