BBB majors are encouraged to take BBB 109, Introduction to Brain and Behavior, during their freshman year. There are no pre-requisites for BBB 109 but it is required that students complete the class before moving on to additional BBB coursework. Students considering majors in BBB, Biology, Psychology, Anthropology, Criminology, Cognitive Science, Health and Societies or Visual Studies should be aware that BBB 109 may be counted towards each of those majors, making it an ideal course for freshmen who are still considering a variety of majors. Additionally, BBB 109 fulfills the Living World Sector requirement.
Fall: BIBB 109, BIOL 101, Writing Course, Foreign Language (if necessary)
Spring: BIOL 102, MATH 104, Sector Requirement, Foundational Requirement
Fall: BBB 231*, Chemistry 101/053, Physics 101, Foundational Requirement
Spring: 200-level BBB elective*, Chemistry 102/054, Physics 102, Sector Requirement
Fall: BBB 251, BBB 399, Chemistry 241, Statistics, elective course
Spring: BBB 499, Chemistry 242, Sector Requirement, elective course
Fall: 400-level BBB elective#, Chemistry 245, Sector Requirement, elective course
Spring: BBB elective, elective course, elective course, elective course
*Students are encouraged to complete their 200-level course in Behavioral or Cognitive Neuroscience sometime in their sophomore year. It should be noted that of the 4 options, 2 of the courses are generally offered only during the Fall semester and the other 2 are offered only during the Spring semester. Students should choose their Behavioral or Cognitive Neuroscience course based on content and adjust their schedules accordingly.
#BBB 400-level courses are generally each offered during only one semester of each academic year. Therefore, students should choose a 400-level elective that complements their independent research and adjust their schedules to accommodate the chosen seminar course.