This class was tough.
This course allows students to work with computer programming that simulates neuroengineering concepts such as attrition, action potentials, processing speed, and chemical transmitters.
The simulations were well designed to mimic real life physiological responses to stimuli. The projects incorporated a mix of hands-on learning and practical problem solving.
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Advice for students:
I would highly recommend that in addition to attending each class, that the student develops a study group with others. Also, professors and teaching assistants are very helpful in understanding concepts.