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CAS NE 203 - Principles of Neuroscience with Lab
Fundamentals of the nervous system, emphasizing synaptic transmission; hierarchical organization; automatic nervous system; mechanisms of sensory perception; reflexes and motor function; biorhythms; and neural mechanisms of feeding, mating, learning, and memory. Project labs focus on animal behavior, electrophysiology, and learning and memory. Lecture portion meets with CAS BI 325. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Writing-Intensive Course, Research and Information Literacy, Teamwork/Collaboration.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: sophomore standing, and CAS BI 203 or CAS NE 102; and CAS CH 102 or CAS CH 116 or CAS CH 110; or consent of instructor. First-Year Writing Seminar
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Research and Information Literacy
Teamwork/Collaboration
Writing-Intensive Course
18 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
CAS BI 325 - Principles of Neuroscience
Fundamentals of the nervous system, emphasizing synaptic transmission; hierarchical organization; autonomic nervous system; mechanisms of sensory perception; reflexes and motor function; biorhythms; and neural mechanisms of feeding, mating, learning, and memory. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Lecture portion meets with CAS NE 203.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: Either sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 203; or consent of instructor.
7 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
4 sections scheduled for Spring 2019
2 sections scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 594 - Topics in Biology 5
Examines contemporary topics in the biological sciences. This course may be repeated for credit if the topic is different. Pre-requisites vary with topic. Topic for Fall 2019, Section M1: Mechanisms of Behavior. (Pre-reqs: CAS BI 225 or CAS BI 315 or CAS BI 325 or CAS NE 203 or consent of instructor.) Provides a broad overview of the neural, endocrine, genetic, developmental, and physiological mechanisms that generate and modulate the behaviors of animals.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: Either sem.

1 section scheduled for Fall 2019
2 sections scheduled for Spring 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
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