science

Program Requirements

MSc or PhD in Neuroscience with an Interdisciplinary Specialization in Computational Neuroscience


MSc Students

In addition to meeting the requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Cumming School of Medicine (Neuroscience), MSc students are required to select one 3-unit course from the Computational series (listed below).  This course is expected to be Medical Science 755, Introduction to Computational Neuroscience, unless approval is received from the program to substitute another Computational series course.

 

 

PhD Students

PhD students are required to select two 3-unit courses from the Computational series (listed below).  One of these courses is expected to be Medical Science 755, Introduction to Computational Neuroscience, unless approval is received from the program to substitute another Computational series course.

MSc or PhD in Physics and Astronomy with an Interdisciplinary Specialization in Computational Neuroscience


MSc Students

In addition to meeting the requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Faculty of Science (Physics and Astronomy), MSc students are required to select one 3-unit course from the Neuroscience series and one 3-unit course from the Computational series (listed below). The Computational course is expected to be Medical Science 755, Introduction to Computational Neuroscience, unless approval is received from the program to substitute another Computational series course.

PhD Students

PhD students are required to select two 3-unit courses from the Neuroscience series and two 3-unit courses from the Computational series (listed below).  One of the Computational courses is expected to be Medical Science 755, Introduction to Computational Neuroscience, unless approval is received from the program to substitute another Computational series course.


Please contact the Program Director with any questions Dr. Signe Bray