Description
UHC INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE
This honors course examines the anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology of the central and peripheral divisions of the nervous system. Specific topics include neruonal function, synaptic transmission, sensory processing, movement, sleep and wakefulness, hunger, thirst, caloric and body fluid homeostasis, recovery of function after brain damage, and various neurological and psychiatric disorders. Course includes in-depth discussions of original research articles presented in the general lectures.
Details
Grading Basis
Letter Grade
Units
4
Component
Lecture - Required
Recitation - Required
Course Attributes
Natural Science
Pmathic Ctext: Science Nonseq.
University Honors Course
Offering
Course
NROSCI 1003
Academic Group
Dietrich Sch Arts and Sciences
Academic Organization
Neuroscience
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Enrollment Requirements
(BIOSC150or170or715or190orBIOL101or110)and(BIOSC160or180or191or716orBIOENG1071orBIOL102or120)and(CHEM101or110or710or760or960orCHEM111or410)and(CHEM 102or120or720or770or970)or(CHEM420and440)or(CHEM112and114);MINGRAD`B' for Courses; LVL:Fr,So,Jr;MINGPA3.25
Typically Offered
Spring