Neuroscience Model Curriculum

Autumn– 3 – 5 graded credits

Keystone course

NEUBEH 501: Introduction to Neurobiology: Molecular & Cellular Neurobiology- 3 credits
OR
NEUBEH 504: Biophysics of Nerve, Muscle, and Synapse - 3 credits

Elective

NEUBEH 532: Discussion in Cell Signaling and Molecular Physiology – 2 credits
PHCOL 534: Molecular Basis of Drug Addiction – 2 credits (even years)
PHCOL 529: Ion Channel Pharmacology – 2 credits (odd years)

Winter – 5 – 8 graded credits

Keystone course

NEUBEH 502:Introduction to Neuroanatomy: Sensory & Motor Systems. – 5 credits

Elective

NEUBEH 532 Discussion in Cell Signaling and Molecular Physiology – 3 credits
NEUBEH 511A: Scientific Reasoning – 1.5 credits
NEUBEH 541 Neuroendocrinology – 3 credits (odd years)
NEUBEH 549 Molecular Basis of Neurodegenerative Disease – 2 credits

Methods

NEUBEH 545 Quantitative Methods in Neuroscience – 3 credits (odd years)

Spring– 4 to 6 credits

Keystone course

NEUBEH 503:Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience – 4 credits (4)

Elective

NEUBEH 550 Biophysics of Calcium Signaling – 1 credit
NEUBEH 561 From Biophysics to Neural Computation – 2 credits