Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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GRADUATE STUDIES

Cognitive Neuroscience: Program Requirements

Master of Science

The master's program normally extends over two calendar years. Click here for Cognitive Neuroscience MSc. Degree Requirements (PDF, 112 KB)

Graduate students in the Cognitive Neuroscience Program are required to participate in the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Seminar PSYC811, PSYC812, PSYC907, and PSYC908.

Not all courses listed in the Graduate Calendar are offered each year. Graduate courses offered in the current academic year are available at: PSYC Graduate Timetable

Courses are selected in consultation with the supervisor and the program chair. Graduate courses offered by Departments other than Psychology also may be taken to meet the program requirements with the permission of the supervisor and program chair.

Students working with animals will also take QACS799: Introduction to Animal Care.

Doctor of Philosophy

The doctoral program in Cognitive Neuroscience normally extends over four years of study by students with a master's degree in psychology. Click here for Cognitive Neuroscience PhD Degree Requirements (PDF, 59 KB)

Graduate students in the Cognitive Neuroscience Program are encouraged to participate in the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Seminar even after completing PSYC811, PSYC812, PSYC907, and PSYC908 for as long as they are registered full time in the program.

Not all courses listed in the Graduate Calendar are offered each year. Graduate courses offered in the current academic year are available at: PSYC Graduate Timetable

Courses are selected in consultation with the supervisor and the program chair. Graduate courses offered by Departments other than Psychology also may be taken to meet the program requirements with the permission of the supervisor and program chair.

Students working with animals will also take QACS799: Introduction to Animal Care.