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CS&D 210: Neural Basis of Communication

Considers the neural basis for communicative behaviors. Provides understanding of the anatomy, physiology, and physiopathy of the central and peripheral nervous systems as they relate to normal and disordered communication.

Instructors: Varies by semester

Semester offered: Spring

Credits: 3.0

Physiology 335: Physiology

This course covers the major systems of the human body and supports many training programs including: Nursing, Pharmacy, Biology, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, Dietetics, Biochemistry, Physician Assistant, and Zoology.

Instructors: Lokuta, Banach

Semester offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 5.0

Physiology 435: Fundamentals of Human Physiology

An advanced version of Physiology 335 intended for upperclass Biology majors.

Instructors: Lokuta

Semester offered: Spring

Credits: 4.0

Psychology 454: Behavioral Neuroscience

Biological basis of human and animal behaviors, including perception, action, cognition, social interaction and disease. Learn, develop and use neural mechanisms to explain and (attempt to) predict what they and others think and do in all facets of life.

Instructors: Saalmann

Semester offered: Spring

Credits: 3.0-4.0

Physiology 533: Molecular Physiology

Presents topics in physiology from a molecular perspective with a research orientation.

Instructor: Jackson

Semester Offered: Spring (even numbered years)

Credits: 2.0

Zoology 523: Neurobiology

Basic mechanisms in cellular neurophysiology: electrophysiology and chemistry of nerve signals, mechanisms in integration, simple nervous pathways and their behavioral correlates.

Instructors: Drerup, Ehrlich

Semesters offered: Fall, Summer

Credits: 3.0

NTP 610: Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

Study of original papers leading to an understanding of the molecular basis of electrical activity in neurons. Topics include voltage-sensitive currents, molecular biology of neuronal receptors, synaptic transmission and sensory transduction.

Instructor: Jones

Semesters offered: Fall

Credits: 4.0

Neurodpt 699: Independent Research

One-on-one learning experience allowing undergraduates to work with a faculty adviser to develop research projects and skills.

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor

Instructors: Neuroscience Faculty

Semester Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 1.00 – 4.00