Learning Outcomes

Students with a major in Neuroscience will be able to:  Describe the structure of the nervous system at the cellular and systems level and will be able to discuss how each component relates to neurological function, behavior, and cognition. Evaluate scientific literature in neuroscience critically, formulate hypotheses, and design scientific experiments through multiple perspectives.Explain basic techniques used in neuroscience research.Process, analyze, model, integrate, and/or interpret data from multiple disciplines within neuroscience. Communicate about neuroscience verbally and in writing in a clear, reasoned, and discipline-specific manner.​​ Identify challenges brought to ethical thinking by advances in neuroscience and formulate new ethical questions on the basis of these challenges.​Discuss how disciplines such as humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences interact with neuroscience to address historical, contemporary, and future scientific challenges.          …


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