Last updated: April 30, 2018 @ 08:39AM
|Course Name and Number||→||* PSYC 3P81|
|Course Title||→||Neuroscience I|
|Cross-listing Information||→||(also offered as NEUR 3P81)|
|Course Description||→||Integrative approach to basic neuroscience including molecular neuroscience, physiology of excitable cells, neuroembryology, neurocytology, neurohistology, neuroanatomy and cellular electrophysiology. Emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of the subject including elements of molecular medicine, biology, biophysics and biochemistry.|
Lectures, 2 hours per week; lab, 3 hours alternating weeks.
|Course Restriction||→||Restriction: open to PSYC Co-op and NEUR Co-op majors with a minimum of 8.0 overall credits or 3.0 PSYC credits above PSYC 1F90.|
|Course Prerequisite||→||Prerequisite(s): PSYC 2P36 and 2P37 or permission of the instructor.|
Note: students must contact the instructor to register for a lab.
|Course Exclusion||→||Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in PSYC (NEUR) 3F81.|
| || || || || || || ||departmental code|
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| || || ||credit value|
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| || || || ||D||→||1.50 credits (Teacher Education)|
| || || || ||F||→||1.00 credit|
| || || || ||G||→||1.00 credit|
| || || || ||L||→||2.00 credits (Teacher Education)|
| || || || ||M||→||1.00 credit (multiple topics)|
| || || || ||N||→||0.00 credit|
| || || || ||P||→||0.50 credit|
| || || || ||Q||→||0.50 credit|
| || || || ||R||→||0.50 credit|
| || || || ||V||→||0.50 credit (variable topics)|
| || || || ||Y||→||0.25 credit|
| || || || ||Z||→||5.00 credit|
| || ||course year level*|
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| || || ||1||→||year 1|
| || || ||2||→||year 2|
| || || ||3||→||year 3|
| || || ||4||→||year 4|
| || || ||5||→||graduate studies|
| || || ||6||→||PMPC|
| || || ||7||→||Doctoral Studies; Concordia Seminary|
| || || ||8||→||teacher education|
| || || ||9||→||in-service|
* courses numbered 2(alpha)90-2(alpha)99 may be used as either a year 2 credit or year 3 credit and courses numbered 3(alpha)90-3(alpha)99 may be used as either a year 3 credit or a year 4 credit.
Normally, Undergraduate (UG) Fall and Winter .50 credit courses are 12 weeks in length; Fall/Winter 1.00 credit courses are 24 weeks in length; Spring UG .50 credit courses are either 5 or 10 weeks in length; Spring UG 1.00 credit courses are 10 weeks in length; Summer UG .50 credit courses are 5.5 weeks in length.
||1.50 credit = 9 sem. hrs.
||1.00 credit = 6 sem. hrs.
||0.50 credit = 3 sem. hrs
||0.25 credit = 1.25 sem. hrs.
Category Definitions for Primary Course Component
A lecture is a face-to-face learning environment where students meet collectively as one group and may or may not have small group meeting times associated with it.
A seminar is a face-to-face small group learning environment.
A laboratory is a learning environment held in a space that allows for specialized small group learning usually affiliated with specific technology and/or facilities.
Fully online; asynchronous
A fully online asynchronous course is a learning environment that is delivered remotely to individuals with access to the Internet. Although the course may have a set start date and set due dates for assignments, students can otherwise access and participate in the course at times and places of their own choosing. The online component is normally over 80% of the total delivery. A fully online course may include occasional face-to-face meetings, a proctored exam, etc. with the remainder of the content delivered online.
Fully online; synchronous
A fully online synchronous course is a conferencing learning environment that is delivered remotely through audio and/or video conferencing to provide simultaneous communications between an instructor at one site and students at other sites on a scheduled day and time. A course is considered to be offered via synchronous conferencing if 80% or more of the content is delivered in this way. A course may have occasional face-to-face meetings, a proctored exam, etc. with the remainder of the content delivered through audio and/or video conferencing.
A blended (hybrid) course is a learning environment where face-to-face teaching time is reduced, but not eliminated, to allow students more time for online study. The online component is normally 50% to 80% of the total course delivery. A blended course may have components delivered via traditional face-to-face; however, at least half of the course delivery is online.
A field course includes a field trip, field work, or field experience which takes place at an off campus venue/location within Canada. An in-class component may be scheduled on campus in advance of, and/or following, the field experience.
International Field Course
An international field course includes a field experience outside of Canada. An in-class component may be scheduled on campus in advance of, and/or following, the field experience.
A service learning course is an experience that includes an on campus and/or off campus combination of academic study, community involvement, and critical reflection.
A learning experience that is based on the development and completion of a project. It is normally intended as a one-to-one delivery between the instructor and the student at a mutually agreed upon schedule.
A clinical course will include an on or off campus experience that is program-specific and regularly scheduled. A resource person (i.e., clinical instructor) will normally lead the student through his/her clinical experience.
An internship involves the completion of a supervised practical experience normally within a workplace environment where the student assumes duties and responsibilities related to his/her field of study. A set number of hours/ days/ weeks are required to be completed by the student. An internship supervisor (within the student’s unit of study) as well as a workplace supervisor will normally be involved to lead the student through this learning experience.
Course Title Abbreviations
|ABED||Aboriginal Adult Education|
|ABTE||Aboriginal Teacher Education|
|ADST||Applied Disability Studies|
|AESL||Academic English as a Subsequent Language|
|CHYS||Child and Youth Studies|
|CPCF||Communication Popular Culture and Film|
|EDBE||Education- Teacher Education|
|IASC||Interactive Arts and Science|
|ITIS||Information Technology Information Systems|
|MARS||Medieval and Renaissance Studies|
|OBHR||Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources|
|OEVI||Oenology and Viticulture|
|PMPB||Professional Masters Preparation Business|
|RECL||Recreation and Leisure Studies|
|SCLC||Studies in Comparative Literatures and Cultures|
|STAC||Studies in Arts and Culture|
|WGST||Women's and Gender Studies|
|WRDS||Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Studies|