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Class Section: NSC4366.001.05S Instruction Mode: Face-to-Face
Class Level: Undergraduate Activity Type: Lecture
Semester Credit Hours: 3 Class Number: 12946
Grading: Graded - Undergraduate Session Type: Regular Academic Session
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Description: NSC 4366 - Neuroanatomy (3 semester hours) Introduction to the anatomical organization and basic functional principles of the major sensory, motor, associational, and modulatory systems of the human brain. Students learn to identify visually specific structures on slides, magnetic resonance images (MRI), and dissected brain specimens in relation to neural pathways and system interconnections. This course provides a basis for a general understanding of the human brain and its functions in relation to disease and behavior. Prerequisite: NSC 3361 or BIO 2311. Corequisite NSC 4166. (3-0)Y
Enrollment Reqs:
  • NSC4066 CoReq & NSC3361/BIOL2311 PreReq
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Class Location and Times

Term: 05S
Type: Regular Academic Session
Starts: January 10, 2005
Ends: May 2, 2005

January 10, 2005-May 2, 2005

GR 4.301

GR Building
Floor 4 - Room 4.301
College: School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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