University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate Neuroscience Program

NSCIminor

Minor in Neuroscience

Requirements

Eighteen credits including:

NSCI 111

Exploring Neuroscience

3

PSYS 053

Research Methods

3

Four courses from either of the following lists; at least one course must be taken in each category

12

Category A (Cognitive/Behavioral)

PSYS 111

Learning, Cognition, and Behavior

CSD 281

Cognitive Neuroscience (CSD 281 should be taken before NSCI 111)

PSYS 214

Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience

PSYS 215

Physiological Psychology

PSYS 218

Hormones and Behavior

PSYS 219

Selected Topics in Behavioral Neuroscience

Category B (Cell/Molecular)

BCOR 101

Genetics

BCOR 103

Molecular and Cell Biology

BIOL 261

Neurobiology

BIOL 266

Neurodevelopment

NSCI 225

Human Neuroanatomy

NSCI 255

Neuroregeneration

PSYS 216

Psychopharmacology

PHRM 201

Introduction to Pharmacology

PHRM 290

Topics in Molecular and Celluar Pharmacology

NSCI 3xx courses may be accepted as Category A/B options with prior approval from the Neuroscience Program Director.

Note that for a B.A. in Psychological Science, no more than 45 credits of PSYS courses may be applied to the 120 credits required to graduate, and for a B.S. in Psychological Science, no more than 50 credits may be applied to the 120 credits required to graduate.

ANCILLARY COURSES:

PSYS 001: Introduction to Psychological Science

One of the following courses

CHEM 031: General Chemistry I

or CHEM 023: Outline of General Chemistry

One of the following pairs of courses:

BIOL 001 and BIOL 002: Principles of Biology

or BCOR 011 and BCOR 012: Exploring Biology

or ANPS 019 and ANPS 020: Undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology

INELIGIBLE MAJORS: Neuroscience

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