Neuroscience Learning Outcomes

  1. Students should demonstrate a proficiency of the structure and function of the nervous system at various levels of organization.
  2. Students should develop critical thinking skills to formulate scientific questions.
  3. Students should understand how to construct testable hypotheses and design scientific investigations that contribute to neuroscience.
  4. Students should engage in laboratory investigations that focus on neuroscience.
  5. Students should communicate results of scientific investigations effectively to scientific and non-scientific audiences in both the oral and written form.
  6. Students should develop awareness of the philosophical, moral, and ethical issues raised by neuroscience and be able to evaluate arguments critically.

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