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Neuroscience Major

Effective Winter 2019

Exclusions:

Students who elect a major in Neuroscience may not elect the following majors: Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences; Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience; Biomolecular Science; Biology; General Biology; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (formerly known as Cell and Molecular Biology, or CMB); Microbiology; Plant Biology; or Biochemistry. They may also not elect a minor in Biology; Plant Biology; Chemistry; or Biochemistry.

Advising

Students considering a neuroscience major are urged to meet with a Neuroscience major advisor during their first or second year at the University. It is not necessary to complete all the prerequisite courses before declaring a Neuroscience major, nor is it necessary to complete all the prerequisite courses before beginning to enroll in upper level courses required of the major

Students choosing Neuroscience as a field of the major develop an approved plan for the major with a department advisor who must approve the original plan for the major and any exceptions to the stated requirements for the major.

Students should also consult a department advisor when planning the final term’s elections to ensure that all requirements for the major have been met and to secure an advisor’s approval on a Major Release form.

To make an advising appointment, go to: http://lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/undergraduates

Prerequisites

  • BIOLOGY 171 and 172/174 and 173; or BIOLOGY 195 and 173; or BIOLOGY 191 and 192, and 173; and,
  • CHEM 210/211 and 215/216; and,
  • STATS 250 or STATS 280; and,
  • Quantitative Prerequisites – Two courses from the following:
    • Calculus I (MATH 115, 120, 185, or equivalent)
    • Calculus II (MATH 116, 121, 156, 176, 186, or equivalent)
    • Physics I (PHYSICS 125, 135, 140, 160, or equivalent)
    • Physics II (PHYSICS 126, 235, 240, 260, or equivalent)
    • EECS 183 (Elementary Programming Concepts)
    • Any STATS course that has STATS 250 as a prerequisite
    • [With the permission of an advisor, other courses that help students develop quantitative skills can be substituted.]

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 32

Core Requirements:

  • Cellular & Molecular Neurosci.: BIOLOGY 222
  • Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience: PSYCH 230
  • Human/Animal Physiology: BIOLOGY 225 
  • Genetics: BIOLOGY 305
  • Biochemistry: one of MCDB 310, BIOLCHEM 415, or CHEM 351

Group A. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Electives. Choose one course from the following:

  • MCDB 402, 403, 418, 421, 422, 426, 450, 452, 453, 455, 456, 458, 459, 463, or HUMGEN 480

Group B. Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience Electives. Choose two courses from the following:

  • PSYCH 240, 330, 333, 334, 336, 337, 339, 340, 343, 345, 430, 431, 433, 434, 435, 440, 442, 531
  • NEUROL 455
  • NEUROSCI 470

Group C. Additional Elective: Choose one additional course from Group A or B (above) or from Group C:

  • BIOLOGY 205, 207;
  • BIOLCHEM 640;
  • EEB 492;
  • MCDB/EEB 397;
  • MCDB 401, 405, 411, 417, 427, 428, 435, 436, 440, 441, 454, 462;
  • PHRMACOL 310;
  • PSYCH 335, 338/ANTHRBIO 368, 346 (prior to W18), 349/LING 347, 414/WOMENSTD 452, 420 (3 credits only), 439/ANTHRBIO 468, 441, 447, 448, 532/ANATOMY 541/PHYSIOL 541

Group D. Lab Requirement: Choose at least two courses for a minimum of four credits total:

  1. Method-Based Laboratory courses: Choose at least one course from: BIOLOGY 226; MCDB 306, 423, 424, 429; PSYCH 302, 331
  2. Research-Based Laboratory Courses: Choose an additional course from Group D-1 (above) or Group D-2: MCDB 300, 400; PSYCH 326, 422, 424, 426, 428

Constraints

  • Student double majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience or Cognitive Science and Neuroscience may share a maximum of 3 courses toward their two programs.
  • Each course must be taken for a minimum of two credits each and be completed in a single academic term.
  • Only three credits of independent study may count toward the major.

Other Department Policies

Neuroscience majors may NOT use any BS/NS Psychology or introductory Biology courses toward their College Area Distribution requirement.

Honors

Effective Winter 2014

The Neuroscience B.S. degree is the basis for the Honors degree in Neuroscience. Students must elect two terms of independent research (under PSYCH 424 & 426, MCDB 300, or MCDB 400), maintain an overall and GPA in the major of 3.4, complete an Honors thesis and give a research presentation based on their Honors work.

Prior to applying to the Neuroscience Honors Program students must identify a research mentor from the approved Neuroscience Honors Thesis Sponsor/Co-Sponsor Faculty list. Students may conduct Honors research with faculty in other units on the University of Michigan campus who are not on this list, but must have a formal co-sponsor relationship with a faculty member who is on the approved list.

Students apply to the Honors Program in Neuroscience by submitting a Neuroscience Honors Application with a research proposal. Neuroscience Honors applications are due by no later than the end of the add/drop period one semester prior to graduation (i.e., approximately September 25 for students graduating at the end of Winter term, and approximately January 25 for students graduating at the end of the Fall term or Summer term). When special circumstances apply, the honors committee may accept an application beyond the normal due date. Upon approval by the chair of the Neuroscience Steering Committee students are declared into the Honors plan. Honors theses must be submitted by December 1, April 1, or August 1 of the term of graduation.

Written evaluations of the Honors thesis must be submitted by the mentor and up to two faculty readers. Honors theses must be submitted no later than one calendar month prior to the date of graduation.

For more information, including the Honors Program Application, please visit: http://lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/undergraduates/honors-program.html

Neuroscience (Major) (Fall 2017 - Fall 2018)

Effective Fall 2017

Exclusions:

Students who elect a major in Neuroscience may not elect the following majors: Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences; Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience; Biomolecular Science; Biology; General Biology; Cell and Molecular Biology; Microbiology; Plant Biology; or Biochemistry. They may also not elect a minor in Biology; Plant Biology; Chemistry; or Biochemistry.

Advising

Students considering a neuroscience major are urged to meet with a Neuroscience major advisor during their first or second year at the University. It is not necessary to complete all the prerequisite courses before declaring a Neuroscience major, nor is it necessary to complete all the prerequisite courses before beginning to enroll in upper level courses required of the major

Students choosing Neuroscience as a field of the major develop an approved plan for the major with a department advisor who must approve the original plan for the major and any exceptions to the stated requirements for the major.

Students should also consult a department advisor when planning the final term’s elections to ensure that all requirements for the major have been met and to secure an advisor’s approval on a Major Release form.

To make an advising appointment, go to: http://lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/undergraduates

Prerequisites

  • BIOLOGY 171 and 172/174 and 173; or BIOLOGY 195 and 173; and,
  • CHEM 210/211 and 215/216; and,
  • STATS 250 or STATS 280; and,
  • Quantitative Prerequisites – Two courses from the following:
    • Calculus I (MATH 115, 120, 185, or equivalent)
    • Calculus II (MATH 116, 121, 156, 176, 186, or equivalent)
    • Physics I (PHYSICS 125, 135, 140, 160, or equivalent)
    • Physics II (PHYSICS 126, 235, 240, 260, or equivalent)
    • EECS 183 (Elementary Programming Concepts)
    • Any STATS course that has STATS 250 as a prerequisite
    • [With the permission of an advisor, other courses that help students develop quantitative skills can be substituted.]

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 32

Core Requirements:

  • Cellular & Molecular Neurosci.: BIOLOGY 222
  • Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience: PSYCH 230
  • Human/Animal Physiology: BIOLOGY 225 
  • Genetics: BIOLOGY 305
  • Biochemistry: one of MCDB 310, BIOLCHEM 415, or CHEM 351

Group A. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Electives. Choose one course from the following:

  • MCDB 303, 402, 403, 418, 421, 422, 426, 450, 453, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, or HUMGEN 480

Group B. Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience Electives. Choose two courses from the following:

  • PSYCH 240, 330, 332, 333, 334, 336, 337, 339, 340, 343, 345, 430, 431, 433, 434, 435, 440, 442
  • PSYCH 532/ANATOMY 541/PHYSIOL 541
  • NEUROL 455
  • NEUROSCI 470

Group C. Additional Elective: Choose one additional course from Group A or B (above) or from Group C:

  • BIOLOGY 205, 207;
  • BIOLCHEM 640;
  • EEB 492;
  • MCDB/EEB 397;
  • MCDB 401, 405, 411, 417, 427, 428, 435, 436, 440, 441, 454, 462;
  • PHRMACOL 310;
  • PSYCH 335, 338, 346 (prior to W18), 349/LING 347, 414, 420 (3 credits only), 439/ANTHRBIO 468, 441, 447, 448;

Group D. Lab Requirement: Choose at least two courses for a minimum of four credits total:

  1. Method-Based Laboratory courses: Choose at least one course from: BIOLOGY 226; MCDB 306, 419, 423, 424, 429; PSYCH 302, 331
  2. Research-Based Laboratory Courses: Choose an additional course from Group D-1 (above) or Group D-2: MCDB 300, 400; PSYCH 326, 422, 424, 426, 428

Constraints

  • Student double majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience or Cognitive Science and Neuroscience may share a maximum of 3 courses toward their two programs.
  • Each course must be taken for a minimum of two credits each and be completed in a single academic term.
  • Only three credits of independent study may count toward the major.

Other Department Policies

Neuroscience majors may NOT use any BS/NS Psychology or introductory Biology courses toward their College Area Distribution requirement.

Honors

Effective Winter 2014

The Neuroscience B.S. degree is the basis for the Honors degree in Neuroscience. Students must elect two terms of independent research (under PSYCH 424 & 426, MCDB 300, or MCDB 400), maintain an overall and GPA in the major of 3.4, complete an Honors thesis and give a research presentation based on their Honors work.

Prior to applying to the Neuroscience Honors Program students must identify a research mentor from the approved Neuroscience Honors Thesis Sponsor/Co-Sponsor Faculty list. Students may conduct Honors research with faculty in other units on the University of Michigan campus who are not on this list, but must have a formal co-sponsor relationship with a faculty member who is on the approved list.

Students apply to the Honors Program in Neuroscience by submitting a Neuroscience Honors Application with a research proposal. Neuroscience Honors applications are due by no later than the end of the add/drop period one semester prior to graduation (i.e., approximately September 25 for students graduating at the end of Winter term, and approximately January 25 for students graduating at the end of the Fall term or Summer term). When special circumstances apply, the honors committee may accept an application beyond the normal due date. Upon approval by the chair of the Neuroscience Steering Committee students are declared into the Honors plan. Honors theses must be submitted by December 1, April 1, or August 1 of the term of graduation.

Written evaluations of the Honors thesis must be submitted by the mentor and up to two faculty readers. Honors theses must be submitted no later than one calendar month prior to the date of graduation.

For more information, including the Honors Program Application, please visit: http://lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/undergraduates/honors-program.html

Neuroscience (Major) (Winter 2014 - Summer 2017)

Effective Winter 2014

Exclusions:

Students who elect a major in Neuroscience may not elect the following majors: Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences; Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience; Biology, General Biology; Cell and Molecular Biology; Microbiology; Plant Biology; or Biochemistry. They may also not elect a minor in Biology; Plant Biology; Chemistry; or Biochemistry.

Advising

Students choosing Neuroscience as a field of the major develop an approved plan for the major with a department advisor who must approve the original plan for the major and any exceptions to the stated requirements for the major. Students should also consult a department advisor when planning the final term’s elections to ensure that all requirements for the major have been met and to secure an advisor’s approval on a Major Release form.

To make an advising appointment, go to www.lsa.umich.edu/neurosci/academics/advisingprogrampolicies

Prerequisites

  • BIOLOGY 171 and 172/174 and 173; or BIOLOGY 195 and 173; or BIOLOGY 162 or 163; and
  • CHEM 210/211 and 215/216
  • Quantitative Prerequisites – Two courses from the following:
    • Calculus I (MATH 115, 120, 185, or equivalent)
    • Calculus II (MATH 116, 121, 156, 176, 186, or equivalent)
    • Physics I (PHYSICS 125, 135, 140, 160, or equivalent)
    • Physics II (PHYSICS 126, 235, 240, 260, or equivalent)
    • Any STATS course that has STATS 250 as a prerequisite
    • [With the permission of an advisor, other courses that help students develop quantitative skills can be substituted.]

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 37

A minimum of 37 credits are required.

  1. Core:
    1. Neurobiology: BIOLOGY 225 [This course should be taken as early as possible but no later than the end of the first term of the student’s fourth year]
    2. Genetics: BIOLOGY 305
    3. Biochemistry: one of MCDB 310, BIOLCHEM 415, or CHEM 351
    4. Biopsychology: PSYCH 230
    5. Statistics: STATS 250 or 280
  2. Electives (5 courses, minimum 16 credits).
    1. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following (at least one course must be at the 300-level):
      • MCDB 351, 352, 401 (appropriate sections), 402, 403, 418, 421, 422, 426, 450, 453, 455, 456, 457, 459
    2. Behavioral Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following:
      • PSYCH 240, 245, 330, 340, 345, 402 (appropriate sections, 3-4 credits only), 430, 431, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 440, 531, 532, 533
      • ANATOMY 541
      • NEUROL 455
      • NEUROSCI 470, 520.
      • PHYSIOL 541
    3. Optional Courses. Elect no more than one course from the following:
      • ANTHRBIO 338;
      • BIOLOGY 205, 207;
      • MCDB 397, 401 (appropriate sections), 405, 408, 411, 417, 427, 428, 435, 436, 440, 441, 454, 462, 469;
      • EEB 492;
      • PSYCH 335, 338, 346, 420 (3 credits only), 430, 447, 448, 531, 541;
      • Any STATS course that has STATS 250 as a prerequisite and is not used as a QR prerequisite

      [Note: With the permission of an advisor, other upper-level courses that are highly relevant to neuroscience can be substituted.]
  3. Lab requirement. At least two different courses for a minimum of four credits total from the following categories, with at least one course being a Methods-Based laboratory:
    1. Method-Based Laboratory courses: Choose at least one course from:
      • BIOLOGY 226
      • MCDB 306, 308, 419, 423, 424, 429
      • PSYCH 302
    2. Research-Based Laboratory Courses:
      • MCDB 300, 400
      • PSYCH 326, 331, 332, 422, 424/426, 428.

Constraints

  • Student double majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience may share a maximum of 3 courses toward their two programs.
  • Each course must be taken for a minimum of two credits each and be completed in a single academic term.
  • Only three credits of independent study may count toward the major.
  • Students who take 6 credits of upper-level psychology lab courses related to neuroscience (Area D1 and D2) can receive a waiver for BIOLOGY 173.

Honors

Effective Winter 2014

The Neuroscience B.S. degree is the basis for the Honors degree in Neuroscience. Students must elect two terms of independent research (under PSYCH 424 & 426, MCDB 300, or MCDB 400), maintain an overall and GPA in the major of 3.4, complete an Honors thesis and give a research presentation based on their Honors work.

Prior to applying to the Neuroscience Honors Program students must identify a research mentor from the approved Neuroscience Honors Thesis Sponsor/Co-Sponsor Faculty list. Students may conduct Honors research with faculty in other units on the University of Michigan campus who are not on this list, but must have a formal co-sponsor relationship with a faculty member who is on the approved list.

Students apply to the Honors Program in Neuroscience by submitting a Neuroscience Honors Application with a research proposal. Neuroscience Honors applications are due by no later than the end of the add/drop period one semester prior to graduation (i.e., approximately September 25 for students graduating at the end of Winter term, and approximately January 25 for students graduating at the end of the Fall term or Summer term). When special circumstances apply, the honors committee may accept an application beyond the normal due date. Upon approval by the chair of the Neuroscience Steering Committee students are declared into the Honors plan. Honors theses must be submitted by December 1, April 1, or August 1 of the term of graduation.

Written evaluations of the Honors thesis must be submitted by the mentor and up to two faculty readers. Honors theses must be submitted no later than one calendar month prior to the date of graduation.

Neuroscience Major (Fall 2013)

Prerequisites to the Major

  • BIOLOGY 171 and 172/174; or BIOLOGY 195; or BIOLOGY 162 or 163; and
  • CHEM 210/211 and 215/216.

It is recommended that students interested in pursuing advanced training in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience elect MATH 115 and 116, CHEM 230, PHYSICS 125/126 & 127/128 or 140/141 & 240/241, or 135/141 and 235/241. Those interested in advanced training in Behavioral Neuroscience should take at least one Statistics course.

Students intending to go to graduate school should have at least two terms of research experience. These can appear as graded courses, UROP participation, or be independent of the graded curriculum. Most graduate school-bound students will have 1-2 graded research courses (2-4 credits/each) on record. Students intending to go to graduate school in Neuroscience within a CMB-type program will need research experience as well as two terms of Calculus and two terms of Physics. Students intending to go to medical school will need to take two terms of Physics and CHEM 230.

Requirements for the Major

A minimum of 36 credits are required.

  1. Core:
    1.  Neurobiology: BIOLOGY 225 [This course should be taken as early as possible but no later than the end of the first term of the student's fourth year]
    2.  Genetics:BIOLOGY 305
    3.  Biochemistry:  one of MCDB 310, BIOLCHEM 415, or CHEM 351
    4.  Biopsychology:  PSYCH 230.

  2. Electives (6 courses, minimum 18 credits).
    1. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following:
      • MCDB 351, 352, 401 (appropriate sections), 402, 403, 418, 421 (effective Winter 2015), 422, 426, 450, 455, 456, 459 (Fall 2015, retroactive to Winter 2011)
    2. Behavioral Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following:
      • PSYCH 240, 245, 345, 402 (appropriate sections*), 431, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 531, 532, 533;
      • ANATOMY 541
      • NEUROSCI 520
      • PHYSIOL 541.
    3. Additional Courses. Up to two courses from the following:
      • BIOLOGY 205,
      • MCDB 397,  401 (appropriate sections*), 405, 408, 411, 417, 427, 428, 435, 436, 441, 462, 469;
      • EEB 492;
      • PSYCH 346, 420, 430, 447, 531, 541;
      • STATS 250 or 400; or 401.
  3. Additional elective courses may be approved as cognates by the department advisory panel.

    *Appropriate sections have been communicated to the Registrar's Office for degree audit purposes.

  1. Lab requirement. At least two different courses for a minimum of five credits total from the following categories, with at least one course being a Methods-Based laboratory:
    1. Method-Based Laboratory courses:  Choose at least one course from:
      • PSYCH 231/UC 261;
      • BIOLOGY 226;
      • MCDB 306, 308, 419, 423, 424 (Fall 2015, retroactive to Winter 2011),429;
      • PSYCH 302 (effective Winter 2015, retroactive to Fall 2008)
    2. Research-Based Laboratory Courses: 
      • MCDB 300, 400;
      • PSYCH 326, 331, 332, 422, 424/426.
  2. Note:  Each course must be taken for a minimum of two credits each and be completed in a single academic term. Only three credits of independent study may count toward the major program.
  1. Quantitative Requirement Cognate. Two courses are required. (While 100-level courses may be used to satisfy this requirement, the credits for 100-level courses may not be used toward the minimum number of credits required for the major.)
    • STATS 250 (or 350) or 400 (only allowed if not used in Group C)
    • STATS 401 or 405 (only allowed if not used in Group C)
    • PSYCH 448
    • MATH 115 or 185
    • MATH 116 or 186
    • PHYSICS 125 or 135 or 140 or 160
    • PHYSICS 126 or 235 or 240 or 260.

Honors Plan

The Neuroscience B.S. degree is the basis for the Honors degree in Neuroscience. Students must elect two terms of independent research (under PSYCH 424 & 426, MCDB 300, or MCDB 400), maintain an overall and GPA in the major of 3.4, complete an Honors thesis and give a research presentation based on their Honors work.

Prior to applying to the Neuroscience Honors Program students must identify a research mentor from the approved Neuroscience Honors Thesis Sponsor/Co-Sponsor Faculty list. Students may conduct Honors research with faculty in other units on the University of Michigan campus who are not on this list, but must have a formal co-sponsor relationship with a faculty member who is on the approved list.

Students apply to the Honors Program in Neuroscience by submitting a Neuroscience Honors Application with a research proposal. Honors applications are due by November 1, March 1, or July 1 for graduation in fall, winter or summer term, respectively. Students are encouraged to apply early, preferably by the end of the second week of the term that the Honors thesis will be submitted. Upon approval by the chair of the Neuroscience Steering Committee students are declared into the Honors plan. Honors theses must be submitted by December 1, April 1, or August 1 of the term of graduation.

Written evaluations of the Honors thesis must be submitted by the mentor and up to two faculty readers. Honors theses must be submitted no later than one calendar month prior to the date of graduation.

Neuroscience Major (Fall 2012-Summer 2013)

Prerequisites to the Major

  • BIOLOGY 171 and 172/174; or BIOLOGY 195; or BIOLOGY 162 or 163; and
  • CHEM 210/211 and 215/216.

It is recommended that students interested in pursuing advanced training in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience elect MATH 115 and 116, CHEM 230, PHYSICS 125/126 & 127/128 or 140/141 & 240/241, or 135/141 and 235/241. Those interested in advanced training in Behavioral Neuroscience should take at least one Statistics course.

Students intending to go to graduate school should have at least two terms of research experience. These can appear as graded courses, UROP participation, or be independent of the graded curriculum. Most graduate school-bound students will have 1-2 graded research courses (2-4 credits/each) on record. Students intending to go to graduate school in Neuroscience within a CMB-type program will need research experience as well as two terms of Calculus and two terms of Physics. Students intending to go to medical school will need to take two terms of Physics and CHEM 230.

Program of study in a major

A minimum of 36 credits are required.

  1. Core:
    1.  Neurobiology: BIOLOGY 225 [This course should be taken as early as possible but no later than the end of the first term of the student's fourth year]
    2.  Genetics:BIOLOGY 305
    3.  Biochemistry:  one of MCDB 310, BIOLCHEM 415, or CHEM 351
    4.  Biopsychology:  PSYCH 230.
  2. Electives (6 courses, minimum 18 credits).
    1. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following:
      • MCDB 351, 352, 401 (appropriate sections), 402, 403, 418, 421 (effective Winter 2015), 422, 426, 450, 455, 456, 459 (Fall 2015, retroactive to Winter 2011)
    2. Behavioral Neuroscience. At least two courses from the following:
      • PSYCH 240, 245, 345, 346, 347, 402, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 500, 531, 532, 533;
      • NEUROSCI 520.
    3. Additional Courses. Up to two courses from the following:
      • BIOLOGY 205,
      • MCDB  401 (appropriate sections), 405, 411, 427, 428, 435, 436, 469;
      • EEB 492;
      • PSYCH 420, 430, 447;
      • STATS 250 (or 350) or 400; 401 or 405.
    4. Additional elective courses may be approved as cognates by the department advisory panel.
  3. Lab requirement. At least two different courses for a minimum of five credits total from the following categories, with at least one course being a Methods-Based laboratory:
    1. Method-Based Laboratory courses:  Choose at least one course from:
      • PSYCH 231/UC 261;
      • BIOLOGY 226;
      • MCDB 306, 308, 419, 423, 424 (Fall 2015, retroactive to Winter 2011), 429
      • PSYCH 302 (effective Winter 2015, retroactive to Fall 2008)
    2. Research-Based Laboratory Courses: 
      • MCDB 300, 400;
      • PSYCH 326, 331, 332, 422, 424/426.
    • Note:  Each course must be taken for a minimum of two credits each and be completed in a single academic term. Only three credits of independent study may count toward the major program.
  4. Quantitative Requirement Cognate. Two courses are required. (While 100-level courses may be used to satisfy this requirement, the credits for 100-level courses may not be used toward the minimum number of credits required for the major.)
    • STATS 250 (or 350) or 400 (only allowed if not used in Group C)
    • STATS 401 or 405 (only allowed if not used in Group C)
    • PSYCH 448
    • MATH 115 or 185
    • MATH 116 or 186
    • PHYSICS 125 or 135 or 140 or 160
    • PHYSICS 126 or 235 or 240 or 260.