Integrative Neuroscience Program

 

*SEMINAR WAITING LIST FORM*

 

*Important Note: PSYC 362 (formerly Physiological Psychology) will now be called Behavioral Neuroscience. There has been no change to the course number, content, structure, or how it will count in the major. The change simply better reflects the connection of this course to the field, the department, and the matching lab offering.

 

 Fall 2014: Approved Integrative Neuroscience Seminars

The following seminars can count toward Junior/Senior Seminar Core Requirement:

 

Course #

 

Title   Instructor   Attr   Credits
PSYC 473B

 

Comparative Psychology   Morrissey   (W)   4 credits
PSYC 473D

         

Human Neuropsychology           Donovick                      4 credits
PSYC 473F

 

Drug Abuse/Addict-Neurochem   Werner       4 credits
PSYC 473J

 

Hormones and Behavior   Romero   (W)   4 credits
PSYC 473L

 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders   Diaz       4 credits
PSYC 473M

 

Cognitive Ethology: Evol, Dev, & Origins of Thght   Hipp   (W)    4credits
BIOL 480B

 

Pathophysiology of Cell Death (Type A)    Baust       2 credits
BIOL 480C

 

Topics in Cell Signaling (Type A)   Gal       2 credits
BIOL 480K

 

Linear Statistical Mixed Model (Type B)   Stein       2 credits
BIOL 483B

 

Reproductive Biology (Type B)   Michael       4 credits
BIOL 483J

 

Case Hist Biotech/Bioethics (Type B)   Baust       4 credits

Note:

  • *This is a 4-credit requirement:
    ONE approved Integrative Neuroscience or Biology Seminar (4 credits) or TWO approved Biology 480 Seminars (2 credits each)
  • Students admitted in fall 2007 or later can only take BIOL 451 (formerly 480S) once.
    (If you were admitted prior to fall 2007, then BIOL 480S is a repeatable course.)
  • ^ Biology courses can be taken for Type A or B credit (depending on faculty member) and Psychology seminars can count in the elective section but they cannot count as both a seminar and an elective. Ex. A student could take PSYC 473K for their approved seminar and BIOl 480B to count towards upper level and Type A electives. See advisor for clarification as to how courses will count and to process exceptions so that courses will appear on DARS or DW audits.

 Click here for all Psychology department course offerings.

Click here for all Biology department course offerings.

 

 ***List of Fall 2014 Elective Offerings (pdf, 199.4kb)

 

Biology Course Restrictions: None

***Courses cross-listed under the BCHM (Biochemistry) will be restricted to CHEM and BCHM majors only. The BIOL versions of these courses will not be restricted.

But there reasons you might not be able to register:

  • You don't have the pre-reqs for the course (check pre-reqs before registration starts - they are listed in the course description).
  • There is another restriction you don't meet (check the RST column for restrictions, click on the R to see what they actually are).

***Registration for BIOL 251 Anatomy and Physiology will be by petition only. Print out this form (pdf, 24.6kb) and submit it to the Biology Department (S3-210) 

 

Questions regarding integrative neuroscience major requirements?

Stop by the Integrative Neuroscience Program Advising Office S4-230B or call 607-777-4100.

 

 

Last Updated: 7/28/14