Artificial Intelligence - University of Amsterdam Artificial Intelligence is widely adopted in our society: control mechanisms in airplanes, smart cameras and surveillance systems or robotics in industry. All these applications are based on AI methods to interpret information of different modalities and use it to enable intelligent and goal-directed behaviour. The Master's programme Artificial Intelligence at the UvA
Brain and Cognitive Sciences - University of Amsterdam Introduction The brain is an immensely powerful and intricate processing device dedicated to the selection, perception, transformation and storage of the indispensable information we use to interact with our ever-changing, dynamic environment. The Research Master's programme in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) offers a broad selection of tracks that investigate all aspects of the field, from the molecule to the mind. The programme is unique in its interdisciplinary perspective that incorporates the fields of neuroscience, neurology, psychology, behavioural economics, linguistics, logic, computation and philosophy. Students can choose between three tracks: Behavioural NeuroscienceCognitive NeuroscienceCognitive Science
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, Carnegie Mellon SCS offers a wide range of professional and academic masters programs across its seven departments. Admissions and program requirements vary by program and are determined by the program's home department. A complete list of program offerings appears below; please refer to each departmental program page for more information. The MS program in Computer Science offers students with a Bachelor's degree the opportunity to improve their training with advanced study in Computer Science. We cater to students with basic analytic skills and a strong aptitude for mathematics, programming, and logical reasoning.
I invite you to explore our website and consider UC Davis for your graduate studies in Neuroscience. We offer an exciting, rewarding and intellectually stimulating program of study that will prepare you for a successful career as an independent scientist and scholar. Our program provides a broad education in the major areas of neuroscience, including cellular and molecular neurobiology, sensory and motor systems, cognitive neuroscience as well as the biomedical neurosciences. We provide an academic and research program that is closely integrated with the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience, Center for Mind and Brain and M.I.N.D. Institute. Neuroscience Graduate Program | UC Davis Center for Neuroscience
CNS :: Admissions Admissions Applicants for Graduate Admissions to the option should have an undergraduate major in electrical engineering, biology, physics, mathematics, or computer science, and a general background that will permit enrolling in advanced courses in the other relevant disciplines. Admitted students will become affiliated with one of the three participating divisions as appropriate to their background and interests.
Post-bachelors students must complete at least 64 credits and post-masters students must complete at least 32 credits. These credits must include the following coursework, with additional credits from directed research or additional graduate-level coursework approved by the student’s advisor. Current Students: Please click the links below to access the Requirement Spreadsheets and Computational Neuroscience Course Schedules. Computational Neuroscience Curriculum » Neuroscience
NSC | Admission We offer a specialized full-time Masters program open to students with a Bachelor’s degree in the following disciplines: neurosciences, information technology, electrical engineering, biology, physics, computer sciences, chemistry, mathematics, and mechanical/chemical/control engineering. Women in particular are encouraged to apply. Please note that the admission committee cannot evaluate the admission chances of any individual candidate before submission of a full application (as defined below). We regret that we cannot respond to any inquiry about the likelihood of being admitted in the absence of a full application.
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Issues to consider in deciding whether to apply to Neuroscience or to another UCSF graduate program: The unique feature of the Neuroscience Program is its curriculum that is intended to provide a comprehensive education in all areas of modern nervous system research. First year students participate in coursework that introduces a broad range of approaches to nervous system function ranging from molecular to behavioral levels of analysis. In addition, students carry out 3 to 4 3 month-long “rotations” in neuroscience program labs in order to gain hands-on familiarity with different experimental approaches and to facilitate selection of thesis labs. The Neuroscience Program also offers a series of advanced, specialized seminar courses intended to allow students to evaluate the literature and current concepts in each of the major thematic areas of modern brain research. Neuroscience Graduate Program
Neuroscience Graduate Program - Admissions Applicants to the Neuroscience Graduate Program at Brown University or the Brown-NIH Graduate Partnership Program are expected to have an undergraduate degree in a component discipline of neuroscience such as biology, psychology, neurobiology, chemistry, physics, applied mathematics, engineering, or computer science. The Neuroscience Graduate Program and Graduate Partnership Program do not have any specific course requirements for successful admission. Students who are admitted without sufficient background in certain topics will be encouraged to take the appropriate introductory level courses at Brown and fill the gap in their scientific knowledge before enrolling in more advanced courses in that subject area. We encourage applications from members of underrepresented minority groups and those with disabilities.
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How To Apply - Helen Wills Neuroscience Graduate Program overview The Neuroscience Graduate Program is a Ph.D. program only. We do not offer a Master’s Degree. Applications are accepted in late fall for the class entering in August of the following academic year. Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity
Admissions Applicants to the program are expected to have had thorough undergraduate training in biology, psychology, organic chemistry, physics, and/or mathematics. Candidates must apply for admission online. Graduate Record Examination scores, transcripts and supporting letters must be submitted with the application. Becoming a Doctoral Candidate The course of study, which includes course work, seminars, laboratory rotations, and thesis research, is individualized. Neuroscience - Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences in New York City
Neuroscience Offerings for Non-Neuroscience Majors – Princeton Neuroscience Institute With the objective of opening up whole new fields of knowledge, the Princeton Neuroscience Institute offers different programs for non-neuroscientists. At the graduate level, a joint degree program with sister departments is offered. At the undergrauate level, we offer freshman seminars to pique the interest of the budding scientist. In addition, we also offer courses and research opportunities for engineering students. Freshman Seminar There are currently no Freshman Seminars offered in Neuroscience.
Computational Neuroscience, a relatively recent discipline within the broader field of neuroscience, has emerged as a crucially important discipline for furthering our understanding of brain function and translating this knowledge into technological applications. Boston University faculty have made many foundational contributions in computational neuroscience, and BU currently has one of the largest and most varied computational neuroscience faculties in the world. The BU Graduate Program for Neuroscience (GPN) offers a Computational Neuroscience PhD Specialization for graduate students who wish to pursue rigorous training in this exciting field. Computational Neuroscience » Neuroscience
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