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The Neuroscience Minor, offered by the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience (TAMIN), is considered an interdisciplinary minor with course selections in the Departments of Biology, Psychology, Philosophy and Veterinary Integrative Biosciences. Please be aware that each course selection below may have prerequisite requirements that must be met. The coursework (15 credits) listed represents various sub-disciplines within the field of Neuroscience and would give the student an overall knowledge base fitting a minor in Neuroscience.
To apply for admission to the Minor in Neuroscience, students must visit the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience (TAMIN) Advising Office during walk-in hours. During your meeting with the TAMIN academic advisor and upon approval of the addition of the minor, a Neuroscience Minor Approval Form will be completed and must be signed by the TAMIN academic advisor and then submitted by the student to the major advisor. The Neuroscience Minor Approval Form can only be obtained from the TAMIN Advising Office. The minor must be declared before the student has completed 95 hours. We are located in the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building (ILSB), room 3148.
Contact Undergrad@tamin.tamu.edu for additional information.
(1) Fifteen (15) hours from the approved course list (below) must be taken.
(2) No more than six (6) credit hours can be counted towards both the student’s major and the Neuroscience minor.
(3) Up to six (6) hours of directed studies (NRSC 485) and/or undergraduate research (NRSC 491) may be counted towards the Neuroscience minor. Hours cannot be counted towards both the Neuroscience Minor and an additional minor.
(4) No grade below a C is acceptable to meet the minor requirements.
(5) The minor must be declared before the student has completed 95 credit hours.
|NRSC 277 (VIBS 277)||3 CREDITS||Introduction to Neuroscience|
|NRSC 311 (PSYC 311)||3 CREDITS||Comparative Psychology/Psychology of Animal Behavior
|NRSC 320 (PSYC 320)||3 CREDITS||Sensation & Perception|
|NRSC 332 (PSYC 332)||3 CREDITS||Neuroscience of Learning & Memory|
|NRSC 333 (PSYC 333)||3 CREDITS||Biology of Psychological Disorders|
|NRSC 335 (PSYC 335)||3 CREDITS||Physiological Psychology|
|NRSC 336 (PSYC 336)||3 CREDITS||Drugs & Behavior|
|NRSC 340 (PSYC 340)||3 CREDITS||Psychology of Learning|
|NRSC 350 (PSYC 350)||3 CREDITS||Science of Mind and Brain/ Cognitive Neuroscience
|NRSC 360 (PSYC 360)||3 CREDITS||Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine|
|NRSC 401||2 CREDITS||Developmental Neurotoxicology|
|NRSC 407||2 CREDITS||Core Ideas in Neuroscience|
|NRSC 434 (BIOL 434)||3 CREDITS||Regulatory & Behavioral Neuroscience|
|NRSC 440 (PSYC 440)||3 CREDITS||Hormones & Behavior|
|NRSC 450 (VIBS 450)||4 CREDITS||Mammalian Functional Neuroanatomy|
|NRSC 485||0-3 CREDITS||Directed Studies|
|NRSC 489||1-4 CREDITS||Special Topics|
|NRSC 491||0-4 CREDITS||Undergraduate Research|
|BIOL 388||4 CREDITS||Principles of Animal Physiology|
|BIOL 435||1 CREDIT||Laboratory for Regulatory & Behavioral Neuroscience|
|PHIL 320||3 CREDITS||Philosophy of Mind|