Graduate Course Listings and Descriptions
The following is a list of graduate courses offered within the Centre for Neuroscience Studies (CNS) as well as additional courses offered across campus which are available to CNS graduate students. Click on the course names for a more detailed description of each course.
Please note there are many courses offered across campus that may be of relevance to you and your supervisor which would benefit your individual training program. We highly recommend you search and seek out any courses on campus which may be of interest and benefit. To take a non-NSCI designated course, please follow these steps: i) search for appropriate courses ii) consult with your supervisor iii) consult with the Neuroscience Graduate Program Coordinator or Graduate Program Assistant to ensure the course is acceptable iv) contact the course supervisor directly and obtain permission to take this course.
Each department has a process for course enrollment. Please contact the department that is offering the course for instruction on how to register.
*denotes a half credit course (one semester)
|Course Code||Credits||Course Name|
|QACS 799||6.0||Introduction to Animal Care|
|NSCI 800*||3.0||Current Concepts in Neuroscience|
|NSCI 803*||3.0||Magnetic Resonance Imaging|
|3.0||Advances in Neuropharmacology|
|NSCI 815*||3.0||Special Directed Topics|
|NSCI 822*||3.0||Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience|
|NSCI 825*||6.0||Medical Neuroscience|
|NSCI 826*||3.0||Cognitive Neuroscience|
|NSCI 829*||3.0||Disorders of the Nervous System|
|NSCI 830*||3.0||Biological, Clinical, and Social Aspects of Dementia|
|NSCI 844*||3.0||Controversies in Neuroscience|
|NSCI 850*||3.0||Computational Approaches to Neuroscience|
|NSCI 855*||3.0||Modelling in Neuroscience|
|NSCI 899||6.0||Master's Thesis Research|
|NSCI 999||6.0||Ph.D. Thesis Research|