Please consult the online course catalog for complete course information. Course registration information can be found on the Student Information System website.

Neuroscience Core Courses (Required of All Majors)

  • 050.203 Neuroscience: Cognitive (formerly 080.203, Cognitive Neuroscience), Rapp, Spring
  • 080.305 Neuroscience: Cellular and Systems I (formerly Nervous System I), Zhao/Fetsch/Kuchibhotla, Fall
  • 080.306 Neuroscience: Cellular and Systems II (formerly Nervous System II) Zhao/Fetsch/Kuchibhotla, Spring
  • 080.250 Neuroscience Lab, Trageser/Sterbing-D’Angelo, Fall and Spring

Please note that the list of upper levels and their POS tag may change each semester.

Fall 2020

Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDay/TimeLimitFocus Area
AS.050.332Developmental Cognitive NeuroscienceLandauMW 1:30-2:4515CG
AS.050.365Cracking the code: Theory and modeling of information coding in neural activityBonnerTTh 10:30-11:4519CG/CP/ST
AS.050.375Probabilistic Models of the Visual CortexYullieTTh 9:00-10:1520CG/ST/CP
AS.080.301Behavioral Assessment of Animal Models of Cognition and Neuropsychiatric DisordersSmithMWF 12:00-12:50 30 ST/CG
AS.080.308NeuroeconomicsTrageserWF 12:00-1:1555ST/CP
AS.080.310Synaptic Function and Plasticity Lee/KirkwoodWF 3:00-4:1519CM
AS.080.316Prefrontal Cortex: Computational Models and Neurophysiology
StuphornTTh 12-1:1519CP/ST
AS.080.336Brain-Body Interactions in Health and Disease FarahMW 1:30-2:4530ST
AS.080.355Computational Principles of Biological VisionConnor/NielsenTTh 10:30-11:4530CM/ST
AS.080.360Disease & Disorders of the Nervous SystemBaraban/SmithTTh 4:30-5:45100CM/ST
AS.080.366Neuroscience of Pain
(writing intensive)
AdwanikarTTh 10:30-11:4519CM/ST
AS.080.370The Cerebellum: Is it just for motor control?DesmondTTh 10:30-11:4519CG/ST
AS.200.313Models of Mind and BrainHoneyMW 3-4:1515CG/CP
AS.200.334Human Memory PsychologyChenTh 1:30-419ST
AS.200.335How Does the Brain Predict the Future HimbergerTTh 10:30-11:4518CG
AS.200.376NeuropsychopharmacologySterbing-D'AngeloTTh 12-1:1550CM/ST
AS.200.380Neurobiology of Human CognitionBednyT 1:30-3:5019CG
AS.200.382Models of Psychotherapy (writing intensive)PapadakisTTh 1:30-2:4519CG
AS.250.205.01-.06Introduction to ComputingDamjanovic or FitchmanMWF 10:00-10:50
MWF 11:00-11:50
MWF 12-12:50
MWF 3-3:50
TTh 9:00-10:15
TTh 12:00-1:15
TTh 3:00-4:15
36 (7 sections)CP
AS.290.304Comparative NeuroanatomyBalanoffMW 3-4:1530ST
EN.580.625Structure and Function of the Auditory and Vestibular SystemsFuchs/CullenTTh 8:30-10am19ST
**Permission required from Dr. Trageser, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Baraban/Snyder1st quarterCM/ST
Circuits and Brain Disorders
**Permission required from Dr. Trageser, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Spring 2020

Course #ConcentrationCourse nameProfessorMeeting TimesLimits
AS.020.303CMGeneticsFisher/GordusTTh 12:00-1:15315
AS.050.315CGCognitive Neuropsychology of Visual PerceptionMcCloskeyTTh 12:00-1:1550
AS.050.326CG/CPFoundations of Cognitive Science (writing intensive)SmolenskyMW 12-1:1515
As.050.339CGCognitive DevelopmentYarmolinskayaTTh 3-4:1530
AS.050.371CG/CPBayesian InferenceWilsonTTh 9-10:1525
AS.080.304CM/ST/CGNeuroscience of Learning and MemoryBakkerTTh 4:30-5:4545
AS.080.321CPComputational NeuroscienceTrageserTTh 12:00-1:1560
AS.080.326ST/CMNeurobiology and Diseases of the Peripheral Nervous System FarahTTh 10:30-11:4530
AS.080.328CG/STBehavioral Neuroscience LabSmithMW 10:30-11:45; TTh 10:30-11:4524 (2 sections of 12)
AS.080.334ST/CMUnraveling Circuits in Systems Neuroscience- Emerging TechniquesAdwanikarTTh 10:30-11:4519
AS.080.345ST/CMGreat Discoveries in NeuroscienceBarabanMW 3-4:1530
AS.200.304CG/STNeuroscience of Decision MakingStuphornTTh 12-1:1519
AS.200.329CG/CPReal World Human Data: Analysis and VisualizationChenTTh 10:30-11:4519
AS.200.344ST/CMBehavioral EndocrinologyBohnTTh 1:30-2:4570
AS.200.370CG/STFunctional Human NeuroanatomyCourtney-FaruqeeWF 1:30-2:4550
AS.200.377STNeuroethologySterbing-D'AngeloTTh 12-1:1515
AS.200.385CG/STMind, Brain and Experience (writing intensive)BednyT 1:30-3:5019
AS.200.659CPQuantitative Methods for Brain Sciences (open to seniors with instructor approval; Phd or MD/PhD route)
MysoreMF 12-1:1525
AS.250.205CPIntroduction to ComputingDamjanovic/ProcopioMWF 10:00-10:50; MWF 11:00-11:50; MWF 3-3:50; TTh 9:00-10:15; TTh 12-1:15; TTh 3-4:15234 (6 sections of 39)
AS.250.302CPModeling the Living CellJohnsonTTh 1:30-2:45;
M 5:00-6:00 (lab)
EN.580.439CPModels of the NeuronZhangMWF 10:00-10:50; T 9-9:50 10
EN.580.462CG/CPRepresentations of ChoiceChibMW 4:30-5:4520
ME.440.718CMNeurobiology (permission of the instructor and Dr. Trageser, DUS)Watanabe/Margolis4th quarter 4/8-5/1; (MWF 9-10:30)
ME.440.727ST/CMBrain Disease: Neurodevelopmental Diseases (permission of the instructor and Dr. Trageser, DUS)
Ross/Weinberger4th quarter 3/9-5/1;
M 2-4pm
ME.440.813ST/CGCurrent Issues in Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience (permission of the instructor and Dr. Trageser, DUS)Cohen3rd quarter 1/2-2/28 (W 3-5)