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  • Objectives
    Neuroscience is a dynamic academic discipline that includes physiological, anatomical, biochemical and behavioural studies of the nervous system.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Combined Honours) in Neuroscience
  • Course description
    Neuroscience B.Sc. Combined Honours (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (12.5 credits):

       1. 3.0 credits in BIOL 1003, BIOL 1004, BIOL 2001, BIOL 2200, BIOL 2104, BIOL 3305;
       2. 1.0 credit in BIOL, BIOC or CHEM;
       3. 1.5 credits in BIOL, BIOC or CHEM at the 3000-level or above;
       4. 4.0 credits in PSYC 1001, PSYC 1002, PSYC 2001, PSYC 2200, PSYC 2700, PSYC 3200 [1.0] and PSYC 4200;
       5. 0.5 credit in PSYC 2002 (for students who plan to complete PSYC 3000 - see item 10 below); or 0.5 credit from: PSYC 3202, PSYC 3203 (BIOL  3605), PSYC 3204, PSYC 3205, PSYC 3207, PSYC 4001 (with permission), PSYC 4207;
       6. 1.0 credit from PSYC 3202, PSYC 3203 (BIOL 3605), PSYC 3204, PSYC 3205, PSYC 3207, PSYC 3700 [1.0] , PSYC 4001 (with permission), PSYC 4207;
       7. 0.5 credit from BIOL 3802, BIOL 4317 or BIOC 4007;
       8. 1.0 credit in PSYC 4907 [1.0] or BIOL 4908 [1.0];

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (7.5 credits):

       9. 1.0 credit in MATH 1007 and MATH 1107;
      10. 1.0 credit in PSYC 3000 [1.0] (for students who have completed PSYC 2002) or 1.0 credit in STAT 2507 and STAT 2509;
      11. 1.5 credits in CHEM 1000 [1.0] and CHEM 2203;
      12. 1.0 credit from (PHYS 1007 and PHYS 1008) or (PHYS 1001 and PHYS 1002);
      13. 0.5 credit in NSCI 1000 or approved Arts and Social Sciences, not in Psychology;
      14. 1.5 credits in Approved Arts or Social Sciences, not in PSYC;
      15. 1.0 credit in free electives. Note: the topic for Item 8 above must be in neurophysiology, animal behaviour, neuropsychology or a related topic.
    • PSYC 1001 - Introduction to Psychology I
    • PSYC 1002 - Introduction to Psychology II
    • PSYC 2001 - Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
    • PSYC 2002 - Introduction to Statistics in Psychology
    • PSYC 2003 - Origins of Modern Psychology
    • PSYC 2009 - Psychology Research Laboratory
    • PSYC 2100 - Introduction to Social Psychology
    • PSYC 2200 - Biological Foundations of Behaviour
    • PSYC 2301 - Introduction to Health Psychology
    • PSYC 2400 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
    • PSYC 2500 - Foundations of Developmental Psychology
    • PSYC 2600 - Introduction to the Study of Personality
    • PSYC 2700 - Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
    • PSYC 2800 - Introduction to Human Factors
    • PSYC 3000 - Design and Analysis in Psychological Research
    • PSYC 3100 - Social Psychology (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3101 - Applied Social Psychology
    • PSYC 3102 - Cognitive Processes in Social Psychology
    • PSYC 3103 - Group Processes in Social Psychology
    • PSYC 3105 - Organizational Psychology
    • PSYC 3200 - Behavioural Neuroscience (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3202 - Sensory Processes
    • PSYC 3203 - Field Course in Animal Behaviour
    • PSYC 3204 - Drugs and Behaviour
    • PSYC 3205 - Psychopharmacology and Behavioural Medicine
    • PSYC 3207 - Human Neuropsychology
    • PSYC 3300 - Health and Illness (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3400 - Forensic Psychology (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3402 - Criminal Behaviour
    • PSYC 3403 - Addiction
    • PSYC 3405 - Psychology of Motivation and Emotion
    • PSYC 3500 - Developmental Psychology (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3505 - Exceptional Children
    • PSYC 3506 - Cognitive Development
    • PSYC 3507 - Social Development
    • PSYC 3508 - Child Language
    • PSYC 3600 - Personality (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3603 - Psychology of Women
    • PSYC 3604 - Abnormal Psychology
    • PSYC 3606 - Issues in Personality
    • PSYC 3700 - Cognition (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3702 - Perception
    • PSYC 3709 - Language Processing and the Brain
    • PSYC 3800 - People and Technology (Honours Seminar)
    • PSYC 3901 - Practicum in Community Psychology
    • PSYC 3902 - Practicum in Community Psychology
    • PSYC 3903 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1
    • PSYC 4001 - Special Topics in Psychology
    • PSYC 4008 - Human Assessment
    • PSYC 4200 - Seminar on Current Research in Neuroscience
    • PSYC 4207 - Neuropsychology of Memory Disorders
    • PSYC 4300 - History and Theory of Psychology: Selected Topics
    • PSYC 4402 - Police Psychology
    • PSYC 4500 - Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology
    • PSYC 4703 - Cognition and Instruction
    • PSYC 4704 - Psychology and Language
    • PSYC 4800 - Aspects of Product Design Methodology
    • PSYC 4805 - Social Aspects of Computer Use
    • PSYC 4900 - Independent Study
    • PSYC 4902 - Independent Study
    • PSYC 4903 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2
    • PSYC 4904 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3
    • PSYC 4905 - Essay for B.A. (Honours) in Psychology
    • PSYC 4907 - Thesis for B.Sc. with Honours in Psychology
    • PSYC 4908 - Thesis for B.A. with Honours in Psychology

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