Course Requirements by Year

First year

Fall: 
NS200 Introduction to Neuroscience. Essential Concepts & Methods
NS201A Basic Concepts in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
NS215 Lab Rotation

Winter:
NS201B Basic Concepts for Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience
NS215 Lab Rotation

Spring: 
NS201C Introduction to Systems and Behavioral Neuroscience
NS215 Lab Rotation

Second Year 

Fall:
NS250 Dissertation Research 
Statistics 
Biostatistics 183, Biostatistical Methods I (View course descriptionor
Biological & Medical Informatics 206, Biological & Medical Informatics (View course description)
Neuroscience Advanced Courses 

Winter:
NS250 Dissertation Research
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Spring:
NS250 Dissertation Research
BMS 219 Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research (View course description)
Teaching 
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Third Year 

Fall:
NS250 Dissertation Research
NS 221, Current Topics in Neuroscience (fall, winter and spring quarter)
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Winter:
NS250 Dissertation Research
NS221, Current Topics in Neuroscience (fall, winter and spring quarter)
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Spring:
NS250 Dissertation Research
NS221 Current Topics in Neuroscience (fall, winter and spring quarter)
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Fourth Year

NS250 Dissertation Research (fall, winter, spring quarter)
Neuroscience Advanced Courses

Senior Students

NS250 Dissertation Research