Neuroscience (minor available)

Introduction to Neuroscience

This course examines the anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology of the central and peripheral divisions of the nervous system.  Specific topics covered include neuronal function, synaptic transmission, sensory processing, movement, sleep and wakefulness, hunger, thirst, caloric and body fluid homeostasis, recovery of function after brain damage, and various neurological and psychiatric disorders.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: (BIOSC150 or 170 or 715 or 190 or BIOL101 or 110) and (BIOSC160 o r180 or 191 or 716 or BIOENG 1071 or BIOL102 or 120)

Foundations of Biology Research Laboratory 2

This research-focused second-semester introductory biology lab uses real research projects to introduce biology as an experimental science. Students learn current laboratory techniques through an inquiry-based project or set of projects throughout the semester.  Experiments can focus on genetics, molecular biology, evolution, and ecology.  Topic for each section is listed under Meeting Information.

Foundations of Biology Research Laboratory 1

Introduction to Physics, Science, and Engineering 2

This is the second term of a two-term honors version of the physics 0104-0105-0106 sequence.  This term deals with electricity and magnetism, relativity, and an introduction to modern physics and quantum phenomena.

Introduction To Physics 2

This is the second term of a two-term, algebra-based sequence in introductory physics.  This term deals with electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics.

Introduction to Physics 1

This is the first term of a two-term, algebra-based sequence in introductory physics.  This term deals with mechanics, heat and thermodynamics, and waves.

Analytical Geometry & Calculus 1

This is the first of a sequence of three basic calculus courses.  It covers the derivative and integral of functions of one variable and their applications.

UHC General Chemistry 2

Chemistry 0710 and 0720 comprise a two-term introduction to the fundamental properties of matter.  The courses emphasize the fundamental principles of chemistry as exemplified by applications to industrial and environmental chemistry. CHEM 0720 covers the properties of solids, liquids and gases, chemical dynamics and chemical kinetics.

General Chemistry 2

Chemistry 0110 and 0120 comprise a two-term introduction to the fundamental properties of matter.  The courses emphasize applications to industrial and environmental chemistry and biochemistry.  CHEM 0110 covers stoichiometry, the properties of solids, liquids and gases, thermochemistry and the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.

General Chemistry 1

Chemistry 0110 and 0120 comprise a two-term introduction to the fundamental properties of matter.  The courses emphasize applications to industrial and environmental chemistry and biochemistry.  CHEM 0110 covers stoichiometry, the properties of solids, liquids and gases, thermochemistry and the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.