NEUR 1030 S01 [CRN: 16046]This lecture course examines key principles that underlie the function of neural systems ranging in complexity from peripheral receptors to central mechanisms of behavioral control. Prerequisite: NEUR 0010 or the equivalent. First year and Graduate students require instructor approval.
Section specific notes:
All conference sections will meet in a synchronous, online format. To accommodate students in multiple time zones/with different needs, we will schedule four of the sections (C04, C06, C08, C09) later in the registration process. Please join one of these sections if the times for the other sessions don't work for you. Note that all conference sections will happen between noon Eastern time Thursday and 10:30a Eastern time Tuesday. We are aiming to schedule C04 sometime on Thursday, C06 sometime on Friday, and C08 sometime on Monday. (C09 TBD) Note that if course enrollment changes, one section may be removed.
- Fall 2020
- Credit Hours
- Maximum Enrollment
- Primary Instructor
- 10:30 - 11:50 Tue, Thu - from Sep 9, 2020 to Dec 21, 2020