List of Classes Allowing Pre-registration
- NEUROSCI 202-0 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience*
- NEUROSCI 206-0 Systems and Behavioral Neuroscience*
- NEUROSCI 303-0 Molecular Mechanisms of Neuropsychopharmacology*
- NEUROSCI 304-0 Developmental Neurobiology*
- NEUROSCI 320-0 Animal Behavior*
- NEUROSCI 324-0 Neurobiology of Biological Clocks and Sleep*
- NEUROSCI 326-0 Neurobiology of Learning and Memory*
- NEUROSCI 350-0 Advanced Neurophysiology Laboratory*
- NEUROSCI 355-0 Neurogenetics of Behavior Laboratory*
- NEUROSCI 360-0 Neuroscience of Brain Disorders*
- NEUROSCI 377-0 Neurobiology of Sensory Perception*
- PSYCH 205-0 Research Methods in Psychology*
- PSYCH 303-0 Psychopathology*
- PSYCH 321-0 Neuroscience and Behavior Laboratory*
- PSYCH 334-0 Language and Thought*
- PSYCH 336-0 Consciousness*
- PSYCH 359-0 Emotional Brain (Fall 2018 approved by the Director of Undergraduate Studies)*
- PSYCH 362-0 Cognitive Development*
- PSYCH 363-0 Images of Cognition*
- PSYCH 368-0 Human Memory*
* Indicates courses for which the Neuroscience major provides pre-registration privileges.
What happens if a class fills up during registration?
When a class closes out during registration, a wait list will open up within CAESAR. Instructors typically will add students if other students drop the class and/or if additional seats are available in the lecture room. If the instructor can add you, the Director of Undergraduate Studies will send you a "permission number" to allow you to register for the class. More senior students and those who put their names on the waiting list earliest are normally given preference. If you have special reasons for needing the course, you should e-mail the instructor a note explaining the circumstances, but you must add your name to the wait list first.
Can I count courses offered in Summer Session or the evening program toward the Neuroscience major?
Courses taken in Northwestern's Summer Session count toward the requirements of the Neuroscience major. However, courses offered by the School of Professional Studies' evening program are not generally acceptable toward the degree's requirements.Back to top