Feb 03, 2023  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Academic Catalog

Neuroscience Concentration


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Neuroscience

Chair(s):

Nancy Rempel-Clower (Psychology)

Faculty:

John Fennell (Philosophy)
Mark Levandoski (Chemistry)
Clark Lindgren (Biology)
Joseph Neisser (Philosophy)
Tammy Nyden (Philosophy)
Andrea Tracy (Psychology)
Jerod Weinman (Computer Science)

The neuroscience concentration exposes students to the major problems in the field and gives them some experience in the various modes of inquiry used to solve these problems. The concentration provides students a unique opportunity to integrate diverse approaches and principles from across the natural sciences and beyond the natural sciences to address complex questions about the function of the nervous system.

Concentration requirements: 24 credits as follows:


4. Cross-divisional elective: 4 credits


4 credits, chosen from one of the following content areas:

b) Humanities Perspective on Science and Mental Processes


5. Senior Seminar: 4 credits


The student will be expected to integrate the material of this elective in a project in the Neuroscience Seminar and to demonstrate knowledge gained in this course during discussions.

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