Related Life Science Courses

 Approved courses from the following departments may be used to meet the Life Science course requirements.

[BRACKETED COURSES] are not being offered in the 2018-2019 academic year.

Biomedical Engineering (BE)
  • Biomedical Engineering 110 (formerly Engineering Sciences 145), Physiological Systems Analysis
  • Biomedical Engineering 121 (formerly Engineering Sciences 122), Cellular Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering 130 (formerly Engineering Sciences 149), Neural Control of Movement

Human Evolutionary Biology (HEB)

  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1280, Human Nature
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1328 (formerly Human Evolutionary Biology 1424), Evolutionary Medicine
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1330, Primate Social Behavior
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1361, Hormones and Life History Physiology
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1389, Coming of Age on Planet Earth
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1404, Human Adaptation
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1418, Research Methods in Endocrinology (formerly Endocrinology and Behavior: Research Seminar)
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1420, Human Evolutionary Anatomy
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1428, Becoming Human: The Long View (formerly Human Evolutionary Biology 1426, Becoming Human: New Techniques Investigate an Ancient Story)
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1480, Building the Human Body (formerly Human Evolution through Developmental Change)
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1600, Evolutionary Genetics of Complex Human Traits
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1610, Genes and Human Adaptations
  • [Science of Living Systems 16, Human Evolution and Human Health (cross-listed with HEB)]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1250, Genetics and Human Evolution]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1285, Why are we different? Human Biological Diversity]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1290, Cultural Evolution]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1300, Evolutionary Origins of Human Mind]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1310, Hormones and Behavior]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1312, Human Sexuality: Research and Presentation Seminar]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1313, Stress: Research and Presentation Seminar]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1417 (formerly HEB 2100), Diet and Exercise]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1419, Laboratory Methods in Human Evolutionary Biology]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1430, Research Methods in Comparative Cognition]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1451, Primate Functional Genetics and Genomics]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1463, Molecular Evolution of Primates]
  • [Human Evolutionary Biology 1562, The Behavioral Biology of Human Aggression]

Life Sciences (LIFESCI)

  • Life and Physical Sciences A, Foundational Chemistry and Biology (Please note: LPS A will NOT count if taken after LS 1A)
  • Life Sciences 1A, An Integrated Introduction to the Life Sciences: Chemistry, Molecular Biology, and Cell Biology
  • Life Sciences 1B, An Integrated Introduction to the Life Sciences: Genetics, Genomics, and Evolution
  • Life Sciences 2, Evolutionary Human Physiology and Anatomy
  • Life Sciences 50A, Integrated Science (first part of a year-long course; only 4 credits, or the equivalent of a half-course, can count for Psychology)
  • Life Sciences 50B, Integrated Science (second part of a year-long course; only 4 credits, or the equivalent of a half-course, can count for Psychology)
  • Life Sciences 100 (conditionally approved if students complete one of the neurobiology projects and email to request this count as a related life science course. Students must provide project title in e-mail)
  • Life Sciences 120, Global Health Threats

Mathematics (MATH)

  • Mathematics 19A (formerly Mathematics 19), Modeling and Differential Equations for the Life Sciences
  • Mathematics 21A, Multivariable Calculus
  • Mathematics 21B, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB)

  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 60, Cellular Biology and Molecular Medicine
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 63, Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 64, Cell Biology in the World (formerly The Cell Biology of Human Life in the World)
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 68, Cell Biology Through the Microscope
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 105, Systems Neuroscience
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 111, Mathematics in Biology
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 115, Cellular Basis of Neuronal Function
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 125, Molecular Basis of Behavior
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 129, The Brain: Development, Plasticity and Decline
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 131, Computational Neuroscience
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 145 (formerly Neurobiology 95HFB), Neurobiology of Perception and Decision-Making
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 146 (formerly Neurobiology 95C), Experience-Based Brain Development: Causes and Consequences
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 170, Brain Invaders: Building and Breaking Barriers in the Nervous System
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 186, Sleep and Circadian Clocks: from Biology to Public Health (formerly Circadian Biology: From Cellular Oscillators to Sleep Regulation)
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 52 (formerly Biological Sciences 52), Molecular Biology]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 54 (formerly Biological Sciences 54), Cell Biology]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 101, Human Genetics]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 120, Global Health Threats]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 135, Introductory Systems Biology]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 141, Molecular and Developmental Neurobiology]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 142, Major Advances in Classical and Molecular Genetics]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 144, The Power and Pitfalls of Genetical Thinking]
  • [Molecular and Cellular Biology 148, The Neurobiology of Pain]

Neuroscience (NEURO) (Department of Neurobiology changed its name to Department of Neuroscience as of 2018-19 academic year)

  • Neuroscience 101EA and 101EB (formerly Neurobiology 106A and 106B), Human Cognition: Reading and Writing the Neural Code
  • Neuroscience 101FA and 101FB (formerly Neurobiology 111A and 111B), Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
  • Neuroscience 101GA and 101GB, Sex and the Brain
  • Neuroscience 101HA and 101HB, Visual Circuits: How Neurons and Network See
  • Neuroscience 101LA and 101LB, The Neurobiology of Sleep and its Role in Mental Health
  • Neuroscience 120, Introductory Computational Neuroscience
  • Neuroscience 130, Visual Recognition: Computational and Biophysical Perspective
  • Neuroscience 140, Biological and Artificial Intelligence
  • Neuroscience 143, Neurobiology of Vision and Blindness
  • [Neuroscience 101A and 101B (formerly Neurobiology 101HFA), Novel Therapeutics in the Central Nervous System]
  • [Neuroscience 101BA and 101BB, Beyond Neurons: The Role of Glia in the Brain Function and Dysfunction]
  • [Neuroscience 101CA and 101CB (formerly Neurobiology 102A and 102B, and Neurobiology 101HFC), Designer Neurons]
  • [Neuroscience 101DA and 101DB (formerly Neurobiology 103A and 103B, and Neurobiology 101HFD), Building a Brain]
  • [Neuroscience 101IA and 101IB (formerly Neurobiology 104A and 101B, and Neurobiology 101HFI), The Neurobiology of Drug Addiction]
  • [Neuroscience 107A and 107B, Pleasure, Pain, and Everything in Between: How Touch Encodes the World Around Us]
  • [Neuroscience 109A and 109B, Precision Neuroscience: Neural Circuits for Individuality]
  • [Neuroscience 110A and 110B, Sensing a Chemical World]

Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB)

  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 10, Foundations of Biological Diversity
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 50, Genetics and Genomics
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 53 (formerly Biological Sciences 53), Evolutionary Biology
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 55 (formerly Biological Sciences 55), Ecology: Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 57 (formerly Biological Sciences 57), Animal Behavior
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 125, Molecular Ecology and Evolution
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 145, Genes and Behaviors
  • [Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 105 (formerly OEB 205), Neurobiology of Motor Control]
  • [Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 131, Neuroethology]
  • [Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 223, Topics in Neurogenetics]

Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology (SCRB)

  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 10, Human Development and Regenerative Biology
  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 140, Developmental and Molecular Basis of Growth and Regeneration
  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 175, Glucose: From Molecule to Society
  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 180, Development, Plasticity, and Regeneration in the Mammalian Brain (formerly Repair and Regeneration in the Mammalian Brain)
  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 190, Understanding Aging: Degeneration, Regeneration, and the Scientific Search for the Fountain of Youth
  • [Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 20, Molecular Genetics and Genomics in Development and Disease]
  • [Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 25, Biochemistry and Human Metabolism]
  • [Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 182, Got (New) Brain? Evolution’s Role in Generation and Regenerating the Brain]

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