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Neurosciences (Neuro) - Concentration

Students in the Neurosciences Concentration must take a total of five courses, from at least three of the following six areas, and at least two of the five courses must be from the first two areas.

  1. Basic neuroscience
    • Note: NBIO 206 is a 6-unit course which counts as two concentration courses, from areas 1 and 2.
  2. Systems neuroscience
  3. Computational approaches
  4. Biological and computational approaches to vision
  5. Philosophical and theoretical approaches
  6. Methodological foundations

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Additional Information

Practical exposure to laboratory research in neuroscience is also highly recommended. See also the Stanford Neuroscience Program website.

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