For information, contact the Department of Biology, 212 Pearson Hall, 513-529-3100 or the Department of Psychology, 100 Psychology Building, 513-529-2400; this minor is offered cooperatively.
This minor enables students to pursue in depth a multidisciplinary study of the nervous system. It provides a basic framework for students planning advanced work at the graduate level.
A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor.
(18 semester hours)
|BIO 203||Introduction to Cell Biology||3|
|or MBI 365||Molecular and Cell Biology|
|BIO 305||Human Physiology||4|
|or BIO 161||Principles of Human Physiology|
|PSY 251||Introduction to Biopsychology||3|
|Select at least three courses of the following: 1||9-11|
|Laboratory in Cell and Molecular Biology|
|Structured Research Experience in Behavioral Neuroscience|
|Advanced Biological Bases of Behavior|
|Other relevant work|
|Course work in calculus, statistics, chemistry, computer science, and philosophy of science 3|
|Total Credit Hours||19-21|
Select at least one course from each department.
Complete either PSY 410A or PSY 410E; only one will count toward the minor.