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Brain

FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME COURSE SCHEDULES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

 

IMPORTANT: Students are required to meet with Dr. Tony Ro for advisement before registering. We will notify you to set up an advising appointment.

 

Curriculum (32 credits)

Core Requirements (20 credits):

  • BIOL 72301: Neuroscience I (4 credit hours)
  • BIOL 72302: Neuroscience II (4 credit hours)
  • PSYC 73003: Cognitive Neuroscience (3 credit hours)
  • PSYC 70801: Neuroanatomy (3 credit hours)
  • PSYC 88400: Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience (3 credit hours)
  • PSYC 70500: Statistics I (3 credit hours)

Electives (9 credits):

   Any three from the following electives
  • BME I5100: Signal Processing
  • BME I5000: Medical Imaging and Image Processing
  • CS 74030: Computer Vision and Image Processing
  • CS 84090: Vision, Brain and Assistive Technologies
  • PSYC 80103: Neural Basis of Decision Making
  • PSYC 80103: Neuro-cognition and neurodegenerative disorders
  • PSYC 87203: Neuroscience of Consciousness
  • PSYC 87103: Attention
  • PSYC 80103: Theoretical Neuroscience
  • PSYC 70802: Neurophysiology
  • PSYC 80103: Cortical Circuitry
  • PSYC 84603: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
  • PSYC 80103: Neuroscience-based Digital Health Interventions
  • PSYC 73500: Psychology of Perception
  • PSYC 80103: Functional MRI
  • PSYC 76000: Psychometrics
  • PSYC 80103: Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
  • PSYC 80103: Neurobiological bases of crime
  • PSYC 88200: Neurochemistry of Learning
  • PSYC 80103: Basal Ganglia and Behavior
  • PSYC 73800: Cognitive Psychology, BIOL 72302: Neuroscience II
  • PSYC 88300: Learning & Memory
  • PSYC 80103: Systems of Cognition and Psychiatric Disorders
  • PSYC 81403: Cognitive Neuroscience Memory
  • PSYC 80103: Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
  • PSYC 80207: Professional Dev and Ethics
  • PSYC 80103: Clinical Neuroscience
  • PSYC 80103: Affective neuroscience
  • SPCH 71700: The acquisition of language
  • SPCH 80700: Seminar in Language Science: Executive functions and language processes
  • SPCH 70600: Hearing Science
  • SPCH 80800: Seminar in Hearing Science
  • SPCH 71500: Introduction to Neurolinguistics
  • SPCH 81500: Seminar in the Neurolinguistics of Bilingualism
  • SPCH 82200: Neuroscience of Aphasia
  • SPCH 71300: Neurophysiology of Language
  • SPCH  81900: Seminar in Electrophysiological Methods
  • SPCH 82000: Seminar in Neurobiology of Child Language Disorders
  • SPCH 82400: Seminar in Autism
  • SPCH 82600: Language Disorders in Children
  • SPCH 82800: Research Methods in Language
  • SPCH: Speech Science
  • SPCH: Speech Production
  • SPCH: Speech Perception
  • SPCH: Articulatory Phonology

Thesis (3 credits):

  • CNS 70900: Thesis