Fundamentals of Neuroscience

PSY 275

Course covers broad and rapidly evolving field of neuroscience encompassing questions about how humans and other animals experience their world. Learners explore the organization of neural systems that sense our environment, plan and execute complex movements, encode and retrieve memories, and experience a wide range of emotions. Learners examine brain development and how changes in structure and function underlie impacts of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Not recommended for first-year students. Prerequisite: Biology 20, 201L, 202L, or 203L and Chemistry 20, 21,101DL, or 110DL -or-concurrent enrollment in Biology 201L, 202L, or 203L and concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 101DL or 110DL. Instructor: Newpher

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Biology 20, 201L, 202L, or 203L and Chemistry 20, 21,101DL, or 110DL -or-concurrent enrollment in Biology 201L, 202L, or 203L and concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 101DL or 110DL

Curriculum Codes
  • STS
  • NS
Cross-Listed As
  • BIOLOGY 224
  • NEUROSCI 201
Typically Offered
Fall Only