Functional anatomy of the human brain and spinal cord with team-based learning approaches and laboratory-based discovery. Hands-on examination of human specimens with guided explorations of external and internal brain structures and dissections to facilitate discovery. Extensive use of interactive digital media to explore CNS anatomy and the organization of the major neural systems underlying sensory, motor and cognitive function. Analysis of actual clinical cases representing a variety of neurological disorders. Consideration of brain evolution and comparative neuroanatomy. Prior completion of Neuroscience 101/102 or 201 or Evolutionary Anthropology 101 highly recommended.