Minor in Neuroscience

Minor in Neuroscience

Minor in Neuroscience

The Neuroscience minor is designed for students interested in the interdisciplinary study of molecular, structural, chemical, cognitive, physiological, and behavioral aspects of the brain and nervous system. This minor is open to students in Psychology, Biological Sciences, or other majors with interest in this field. There are 6 courses required in the program (19-20 credit hours total). All students will receive personal advisement from the Minor Coordinator.

Program Requirements:

  • Submit Letter of Intent to the Minor Coordinator prior to enrollment in the minor
  • Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience (BIOL 01.382) OR Cognitive Neuroscience (PSY 10.380).
    • Note- to enroll in these courses you need to have earned a B+ or better grade in Physiological Psychology (PSY 10.315)
  • Three (3) upper-level electives in Biology or Psychology (at least 1 in each department)
  • Research experience, culminating in a research presentation to program students

For more information, contact Dr. Gerald Hough (Coordinator). Please include "neuroscience minor" in the subject line.

For additional information please review the program guide and course sequence examples here