Minor in Brain, Body and Behavior

Catalog Year: 2020-2021

The courses included in this minor emphasize the behavioral consequences of both normal and abnormal neuronal and physiological processes. These in-depth courses will broaden the students' knowledge in understanding brain and behavior, specifically, but not exclusively, the cognitive aspects.

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Minor Requirements 

Total credits: 21

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Required Courses

PSYC 373 Biopsychology Laboratory 2
PSYC 304 Principles of Learning 4
PSYC 375 Brain and Sensory Processes 3
PSYC 376 Brain and Behavior 3
Total Credits 12

Electives

Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following: 1 9
Sensation, Perception, and Information Processing  
Independent Study in Psychology 2  
Biological Bases of Alzheimer's Disease  
Current Topics in Brain and Behavior 3  
Special Topics 4  
NEUR 327
Cellular, Neurophysiological, and Pharmacological Neuroscience  
NEUR 335
Molecular, Developmental, and Systems Neuroscience  
Other course as approved by the undergraduate associate chair
 
Total Credits 9