Courses

The courses offered in the BNS program cover a wide range of topics. Not every course is offered every year, so please consult with the instructor and/or the program director to plan which courses you can take.

 
Course Listings
Title
Instructor
Credits
Foundations in Neuroscience I (26:112:565) (Includes Bootcamp) BNS Faculty 4
Foundations in Neuroscience II (26:112:566) BNS Faculty 4
Foundations in Neuroscience III (26:112:567) BNS Faculty 4
Scientific Computing in Matlab (26:112:611) Bart Krekelberg 3
Critical Thinking (26:112:651) Denis Pare 2
Windows On The Brain (26:112:607) Travis Baker 3
Cerebral Cortex (26:112:632) Pierre-Olivier Polack 3
Network & Complexity Neuroscience (26:112:623) Michael Cole 3
Neuroscience Methods (26:112:705) Juan Mena Segovia 2
Neurophysiology (26:112:532) Tibor Koos, Vince McGinty 3
Introduction to Data Science (26:645:657) Pat Shafto 3
Multivariate Methods (26:830:595) E. Halpern 3
Research in Neuroscience I (26:112:51) & II (26:112:512) BNS Faculty 3
Independent Research (26:112:706) (26:112:707) BNS Faculty 1-9
Individual Study in Neuroscience (26:112:708) (26:112:709) BNS Faculty 1-3
Colloquium in Neuroscience    
Matriculation Continued (26:112:800) BNS Faculty E1
Advanced Topics in Cognitive Neuroscience (26:830:512) – Neuroimaging Methods and Theory: from image to inference Steve Hanson 3
Cognitive Processes (26:830:667) Elizabeth Tricomi 3
Human Neuroanatomy (26:112:629) Laszlo Zaborszky 3
Neural Bases Of Cognitive Development (26:112:630) A. Benasich 3
Introduction to Neurochemistry/Pharmacy (26:112:504) Elizabeth Abercrombie 3
Basal Forebrain: Anatomy to Function (26:112:625:01) Laszlo Zaborszky 3
Learning And Memory (26:112:633) Mark Gluck 3
Special Topics course on “Oscillations in the CNS” (NJIT: BIOL 641) Jorge Golowasch 3
Computational Neuroscience (48:120:698)) Horacio Rotstein 3
Critical Thinking for the Life Sciences (48:120:630) Dr. Eric Fortune 3