Neural science majors are required to take one statistics course. There are several options for completing this requirement, including an AP score of 4 or higher (as long as it has been processed by the College of Arts and Science and appears on the student's transcript.)
Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Psych-UA 10) is offered in the fall, spring, and summer semesters and so is the most accessible NYU course to fulfill this requirement.
Special Topics: Intro to Neural Data Analysis is occasionally offered through the Neural Science department in the spring semester and can be used to fulfill this requirement or as an upper-level neural science elective (but not both).
Other classes that are approved as substitutes include Biostatistics, Statistics courses offered through the Economics department, and Advanced Psychological Statistics.
Students may also request the substitution of other statistics courses from other departments.
Students must work with their neural science advisor to make sure the correct course or AP score gets appropriately allocated in Albert.
Quantitative Reasoning in the College Core Curriculum and Data Science for Everyone are not acceptable substitutions for this requirement.