IN Curriculum Requirements

Students must complete the departmental core graduate curriculum.

As part of this curriculum and with one additional course, IN students complete:

1. Two Psychology Department Breadth Courses
IN students will take two advanced courses within the Department of Psychology

2. Two of Three Core Neuroscience Courses

  • NURB 31600. Survey of Systems Neuroscience
  • NURB 31800. Cellular Neurobiology
  • PSYC 40107. Behavioral Neuroscience

It is suggested that most students take at least Cellular and Behavioral, but we understand that needs depend on research focus.

IN students are also encouraged to take additional advanced courses. The IN program offers the following advanced courses.

Advanced Topics in Chronobiology. Psyc 32750 (Prendergast)
Neuroscience of Seeing. Psyc 34133 (Wei, Maunsell, Sherman, Shevell)
Human Memory. Psyc 37400 (Gallo)
Integrating the Real World into Perception and Memory. Psyc 42570 (Bainbridge)
Computational Approaches for Cognitive Neuroscience. Psyc 34410 (Hatsopoulos)
Foundations of Neuroscience: Historical Perspectives. Psyc 37250 (Kay)
Advanced Topics in Epigenetics of the Brain. Psyc 36665 (London)
Psychophysiology: Methods, Concepts and Applications. Psyc 41210 (Norman)
Advanced Topics in Human Neuroimaging. Psyc 42350 (Bainbridge, Rosenberg)
Working Memory. Psyc 42650 (Awh)
Memory and Decision Making. Psyc 42950 (Bakkour)
Stress and the Social Brain. Psyc 43130 (Norman)
Basics of Conducting EEG and ERP Reserach. Psyc 43780 (Vogel)
Current Topics in Working Memory and Attention. Psyc 43910 (Vogel)
Cognitive Neuroscience Core Course. Psyc 44550 (Awh/Vogel)
Principles of Data Science and Engineering for Laboratory Research. Psyc 46050 (Yu)
Genes and Behavior. Psyc 46650 (London)