Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences Special Academic Unit

Carol A. Seger, Director

This interdisciplinary graduate research and education program has 28 active faculty participants from 11 departments in 4 colleges. The degree-granting departments are Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Biology; Biomedical Sciences; Chemical and Biological Engineering; Computer Science; Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences; Health and Exercise Science; Human Development and Family Studies; Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology; Occupational Therapy; and Psychology. The program has been named as one of CSU's Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence.

Students interested in the program should refer to the MCIN webpage.

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Effective Spring 2003 

NB 500Readings in Cellular Neurobiology1
NB 501Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology2
NB 502/CM 502Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology2
NB 503/BMS 503Developmental Neurobiology3
NB 505/BMS 505Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior3
NB 586Practicum-Techniques in Neuroscience II1
NB 793Neuroscience Seminar 12
NB 795Independent StudyVar
Select one from the following: 12
Group Study: Ion Channels
Group Study: Neuronal Growth and Regeneration
Group Study: Topics in Neuroscience
Group Study: Seizures and Epilepsy
Group Study: Neuroendocrine Mechanisms
Program Total Credits:16
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Two semesters.