Neuroscience Elective Classes (6-8 cr. required)

Neuroscience Elective Classes

Students will complete a set of neuroscience elective classes (6-8 cr.) selected from the following list [pre-requisites are listed in brackets].

 

Applied Physiology

APPH 4200 – Kinesiology (3-0-3)
[BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1511 or BIOL 1520 or BIOL 3751 or APPH 3751]
and (MATH 1113 or MATH 1501 or MATH 1511 or MATH 1502 or MATH 1512) – satisfied in USG core]

APPH 4238 – Ion Channels(3-0-3)-pending approval from GT registrar's office
[BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1511 and  APPH/BIOL 3755] or BMED 3100

APPH 4600 – Muscle Structure & Plasticity (3-0-3)
[BIOL 1510 – satisfied in USG core]

APPH 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee]

 
Applied Physiology and Biology

APPH/BIOL 3753 – Anatomy (3-0-3)
[BIOL 1520 or BIOL 1521 or CHEM 1211 or CHEM 1315 – satisfied in USG core]

APPH/BIOL 3754 – Anatomy Lab (0-3-1)
[APPH 3753 or BIOL 3753– above]

APPH/BIOL 3755 – Human Physiology (3-0-3)
[APPH 3753 or BIOL 3753 – above]

APPH/BIOL 3756 – Human Physiology Lab (0-3-1)
[APPH 3753 or BIOL 3753 – above]

 

Biology

BIOL 4446 – Animal Physiology (3-0-3)
[BIOL 3450 – in NEUR core]

BIOL 4464 – Developmental Biology (3-0-3)
[BIOL 2344 or BIOL 2354]

BIOL 4471 – Behavior Biology (3-0-3)
[BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1511 or BIOL 1520 or BIOL 1521 – satisfied in USG core]

BIOL 4480 – Evolutionary-Developmental Biology (2-0-2)
[BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1511 – satisfied in USG core]

BIOL 4746 – Signaling Molecules (3-0-3)
[BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1511; and CHEM 2311 – satisfied in USG core]

BIOL 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee]

 

School of Chemistry & Biochemistry

CHEM 4511 – Biochemistry I (3-0-3)
[CHEM 2312 – satisfied in CHEM and Pre-health breadth electives]

CHEM 4512 – Biochemistry II (3-0-3)
[CHEM 4511 – above]

CHEM 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

 

Neuroscience

NEUR 480X - Special Topics (1-6 credits)
[NEUR 1001]

NEUR 4699 – Undergraduate Research (max. 3 cr. applied to Additional Neuroscience Electives)

 

School of Mathematics

MATH 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee]

 

School of Physics

PHYS 3804 – Special Topics-Neurophysics (4-0-4)-pending approval by the GT Registrar's office.

PHYS 4803 – Physical Principles of Living Systems (3-0-3)
[PHYS 2212 – satisfied in USC core]

PHYS 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee]

 

School of Psychology

PSYC 2015 – Research Methods (3-3-4)
[PSYC 1101 – satisfied in USC core] – only allowed as neuroscience elective for students completing Psychology breadth elective

PSYC 2103 – Human Development (3-0-3)
[PSYC 1101 – satisfied in USC core]

PSYC 2230 – Abnormal Psychology (3-0-3)
[PSYC 1101 – satisfied in USC core]

PSYC 3011 – Cognitive Psychology (3-3-4)
[PSYC 2020 – satisfied in Neuroscience Electives]

PSYC 3012 – Introduction to Cognitive Psychology (3-0-3)[
*Credit is not allowed for both PSYC 3011 and PSYC 3012; students intending to complete PSYC 4090 (as the Behavior/Cognition Interest Area Elective, or the PSYC Breadth Elective Specialization) are required to complete PSYC 3011 (not PSYC 3012).

PSYC 3040 – Sensation & Perception (3-0-3)
[PSYC 1101 – satisfied in USG core]

PSYC 3041 – Human Sensation & Percept (3-0-3)
[PSYC 1101 – satisfied in USG core]

PSYC 4100 – Behavioral Pharmacology (3-0-3)
[PSYC 1101 and BIOL 1520; and CHEM 1310 or CHEM 1211 – satisfied in USG core]

PSYC 4090 – Cognitive Neuroscience
[PSYC 3011 – above]

PSYC 480X – Special Topics [Selected “Special Topics” classes that are deemed appropriate to the NEUR major by the Neuroscience Undergraduate Curriculum Committee]