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HS 352 - Procedures in Neuroscience I


This course is the first of an advanced two-course sequence of classes exploring the biological bases of behavior. Students will be provided with opportunities to study the structure and function of the central nervous system through experiential learning activities both in the classroom and beyond. There will be in-depth coverage of recent findings in several topics in neurobiology, neural plasticity, and behavioral neuroscience. Activities will provide experience in several different areas, including research ethics, animal care and handling, gross and cellular neuroanatomy, stereotaxic surgical preparations, and histological methods. A 20-hour off-campus neuroscience field experience and in-class research presentation required.

Requisites: HS 350 or instructor permission. (Required, Previous).

Credits: 3 cr

Notes: Includes a 20 hr. off campus field experience.



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