Learning Goals Understand the synthesis of contemporary Neuroscience from all contributing fields and apply this understanding in a research setting. Students will be able to: Construct understanding from diverse facts and observations Identify and assess ethical issues in Neuroscience Use computer software to acquire, analyze, and convert data to graphical formats Analyze data including the application of basic statistics Develop competence in laboratory research abilities in Psychology and Biology based fields Achieve the ability to read, write, and construct a clear exposition of Neuroscience material. Acquire confidence and skill in reporting information orally and discussing ideas in a group. Students will be able to: Locate and identify forms of scientific writing, including research reports, reviews, and scientific journalism Write research reports and literature reviews that are comprehensive, clear, and concise Create and deliver an effective oral presentation with appropriate visual aids Acquire a knowledge base of essential information in Neuroscience. Students will be able to: Students will gain broad knowledge in Neuroscience in aspects of neurological function and dysfunction at the molecular, cellular, behavioral, cognitive, and clinical levels.