Neuroscience Courses at York
There are many courses in and across the Departments of Psychology, Kinesiology and Health Sciences, and Biology with strong neuroscience content at the graduate and undergraduate level. These courses are not requirements or pre-requisites for acceptance into the Neuroscience Diploma program; however, they are available for students within the Neuroscience Diploma Program and for students who may wish to take the program in the future.
The following is a partial list from the departments of Psychology, Biology, and Kinesiology and Health Sciences. This is not a complete list. There may be other courses at this time from these and other departments that are also relevant.
For graduate students interested in taking graduate courses with neuroscience content
KAHS 6150 Brain Mechanisms of Movement in Health and Disease
KAHS 6152 Shaping Action: The Role of Sensory Information in Motor Learning
KAHS 6153 Brain and Behavior: Cognitive Systems
KAHS 6154 Neurobiology of Human Disease
KAHS 6155 Fundamentals of Neuroscience I *
PSYC 6252 Cognitive Neuroscience
PSYC 6253 Fundamentals of Neuroscience II *
PSYC 6256 Principles of Neural Encoding
PSYC 6260 Spatially Coordinated Behavior
PSYC 6276 Vision Health and Visual Disability
Note: that these courses are only open to Neuroscience Graduate Diploma Program students.
For undergraduate students interested in taking undergraduate courses with neuroscience content.
BIOL 3060 Animal Physiology I
BIOL 4370 Neurobiology
BIOL 4380 Systems Neuroscience
BPHS 3090 Biophysics
PSYC 2240 Biological Bases of Behaviour
PSYC 3250 Neural Basis of Behaviour
PSYC 3495 Neuroscience of Aging & Cognitive Health
PSYC 4380 Rhythms of the Brain
KINE 3650 Functional Neuroanatomy
KINE 3670 Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience with Applications to Health
KINE 4210 Disorders of Visual Cognition
KINE 4230 Neuronal Development for Activity and Health
KINE 4500 Neural Control of Movement
KINE 4505 Neurophysiology of Movement in Health and Disease
KINE 4225 Principles of neuromotor learning