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Neuroscience Concentration (NEUR)

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Requirements for the Concentration

Core Courses:

There are four courses that are required as part of the concentration, including the capstone seminar. Only one of Biology 125 or 126 can be applied. Psychology 216 also requires completion of Psychology 217. Applicable courses are listed below:

(AP Biology does not count)

BIOL 125 Genes, Evolution, and Development: A Problem Solving Approach

BIOL 125 Genes, Evolution, and Development

BIOL 126 Energy Flow in Biological Systems

BIOL 386 Neurobiology

PSYC 216 Behavioral Neuroscience

PSYC 217 Laboratory Research Methods in Behavioral Neuroscience


NEUR 395 Neuroscience Capstone Seminar


Students must take three elective courses. Among these, students must choose at least one course directly related to neuroscience and at least one that is related and relevant to the field. It is important to note that the third elective must be outside the student's major. See Neuroscience webpage to see which courses will complete which requirement.

BIOL 232 Human Physiology

BIOL 240 Genetics

BIOL 342 Animal Developmental Biology

BIOL 343 Animal Developmental Biology Laboratory

BIOL 368 Developmental Neurobiology

BIOL 369 Developmental Neurobiology Laboratory (not offered in 2013-2014)

BIOL 379 Seminar: Behavioral Genetics

CS 254 Computability and Complexity

CS 321 Artificial Intelligence

LING 265 Language and Brain (not offered in 2013-2014)

MUSC 227 Introduction to the Perception and Cognition of Music (not offered in 2013-2014)

PHYS 261 Medical Physics (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 218 Hormones and Behavior

PSYC 220 Sensation and Perception

PSYC 221 Laboratory Research Methods in Sensation and Perception

PSYC 260 Health Psychology

PSYC 263 Sleep and Dreaming (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 267 Clinical Neuroscience

PSYC 318 Psychopharmacology (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 366 Cognitive Neuroscience (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 370 Neurobiology of Motivated Behaviors (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 371 Evolutionary and Developmental Trends in Cognition (not offered in 2013-2014)

PSYC 376 Neural Plasticity

PSYC 379 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

NEUR 395. Neuroscience Capstone Seminar This capstone seminar will cover current approaches and techniques in the field of neuroscience. Guest speakers and Carleton faculty in neuroscience and related areas will present their research. 3 cr., S/CR/NC, ND; NE, SpringStaff