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NEUR 2050 - Introduction to Neuroscience

Credits: (3)
Typically taught:
Fall [Full Sem]
Spring or Summer [Full Sem]


Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of neuroscience, which examines the function and dysfunction of the human and animal nervous system. The course spans the major areas of neuroscience including cellular/molecular factors, neuron physiology, brain structure and function, and medical/clinical applications. The topics addressed are critical to multiple fields of study (e.g. health sciences, psychology, and zoology) and provides the skills necessary for students to succeed in upper-division courses related to the brain and behavior. Prerequisite: none; recommend some background in basic biology, chemistry, or psychology.



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