Majors, Minors and Concentrations Details
Advisers for Neuroscience
|Forlano, Paul||Assistant Professor||718.951.5000 xt 6252||
|Muth, Theodore||Associate Professor||718.951.5000 xt 2681||
|Walder, Deborah||Associate Professor||
A-Whitehead; B-Boylan; J-James; N-Ingersoll; NE-Ingersoll Extension; R-Roosevelt; RE-Roosevelt Extension; WEB - West End Building
Program Requirements (18-21 credits):
Interdisciplinary minor, offered by the departments of Psychology and Biology, requiring 18-21 credits including 12 advanced credits, each completed with a grade of C- or higher. At least nine of the advanced credits must be completed at Brooklyn College.
All courses listed in Group A may be used to satisfy the requirements of both the minor in Neuroscience and the major in Psychology. Only one course from Group B may be used to satisfy the requirements of both the minor in Neuroscience and the major in Psychology. Psychology 3600 and one of the courses from Group B may be used to satisfy the requirements of both the minor in Neuroscience and the minor in Psychology.
Students who do not major in psychology are strongly encouraged to also take Psychology 3400 or Mathematics 4501.
Both A and B below are required:
A. All of the following:
Psychology 2600 Mind, Brain, and Behavior;
Psychology 2610 Neurobiology/Biology 2020 Neurobiology;
Psychology 3600 Behavioral Neuroscience
B. Three of the following:
Psychology 3610/Biology 3020 Behavioral Neuroendocrinology;
Psychology 3660 Drugs and Behavior;
Psychology 3670 Comparative Psychology;
Psychology 3680 Human Neuropsychology;
Psychology 4690 Special Topics in Biopsychology (cross-listed with Biology 5020); requires approval of the Chair of Psychology or Biology.
Note that the prerequisite for Psychology 2600 is one of the following: Psychology 1 or Psychology 1000 or Psychology 4019 or Health and Nutrition Sciences 2300 or Physical Education 3271. Therefore, students who otherwise would not take any of these courses will have to complete 21 credits for the minor.