Neuroscience Intercalated BSc

Course structure This is a one-year intercalated BSc with honours programme with three possible pathways: Option A: Developmental Neuroscience/SystemsNeuroscience/ Neurodegeneration – with the emphasis on laboratory-based research. Required modules: You will also take combinations of optional modules totalling 60 credits from a range that may typically include: Developmental Neurobiology (30 credits) and Cellular and Systems Neuroscience (30 credits) OR Mechanisms of Development (30 credits) Perspectives on Pain and Nervous System Disorders (30 credits) and Cellular and Systems Neuroscience (30 credits) OR Mechanisms of Development (30 credits)   Option B: Neuroscience and Neuropsychology – includes a psychology research project Required modules: You will also take one of the following: In addition, you will take sufficient credits to bring your total for the year to 120 from a range of optional modules…


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