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. Psychology Department Breadth Courses (2* courses) 
*IN students will take two advanced courses within the Department of Psychology

2. Two of Four Core Neuroscience Courses (Cellular, Behavioral, Systems, Molecular) 
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.

Biological Rhythms and Behavior (Psyc 33960)

Neural Oscillations (Psyc 37150)

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (Psyc 36100)

Color Vision (Psyc 32000)

Perception and Action (Psyc 33700)

Spoken Language Processing (Psyc 35750)

Attitudes & Persuasion (Psyc 46100)

Social Cognition (Psyc 34700)

Physiology of Vision (Psyc 35000)

Seminar: Skill Acquisition and Vision (Psyc 39000)

Sensorimotor Learning (Psyc 33750)

Developmental Human Neuroscience (Psyc 43150)

Attention (Psyc 38300)

Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience (Psyc 38760)

Neuropsychopharmacology (Psyc 36901)

Human Memory (Psyc 37400) or LM&C

Stereotyping and Prejudice (Psyc 35950)

Advanced Topics in Behavioral Genomics (Psyc 36661)

Seminar in Chronobiology (Psyc 42750)

Speech Perception (Psyc 32600)

Vision (Psyc 39000)

Translational Research in Social Neuroscience (Psyc 45660)

Psychophysiology (Psyc 41210)