IDS 222 Fundamentals of Neuroscience (1)
This course covers fundamental principles of the development, function, and occasional malfunction of the human nervous system, the methodologies, discoveries, and frontiers of this interdisciplinary area of inquiry. Lectures and mandatory laboratories are designed to challenge students to think in new ways about the relationship between brain, body, and behavior.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Natural Sciences
- Prerequisite: Freshman or sophomore standing, or consent of instructor
- Offering: Alternate springs
- Instructor: Stavrianeas, Stewart