Bachelor in Neuroscience

Top 4 Bachelor Degrees in Neuroscience 2017


Earning a bachelor degree is a great place to start your higher education. Afterward, you will have a firm understanding of the fundamentals of your chosen field. At that point, you can either advance to a graduate program or enter your career immediately.

What is a Bachelor in Neuroscience? As the study of the nervous system, those who choose to pursue a bachelor degree in neuroscience are preparing for a career in science. Because it is an introductory level of education, courses will likely also include general studies in psychology, biology, and other sciences. Courses can also be taken ranging from cognition, biotechnology, biology, and medicine. Most careers that can be attained in this field require higher academic achievement, including medical school.

Because the bachelor level of education is so low, students benefit from being able to explore many different aspects and find the area of focus that appeal to them. The skills and knowledge learned can support either a future career or further education.

The costs associated with earning a Bachelor in Neuroscience varies. The program and school you choose, as well as the length and country of study, will influence your tuition and other fees. Ensure you have done your research before enrolling in a bachelor program.

The need for professionals in neuroscience is growing. There are several different careers that you can choose from, which are primarily divided into research and practice. It is possible to work in medicine, working with patents and making a difference. Work can also be done in laboratories to advance our knowledge of the brain, the rest of the nervous system, and pharmaceutical knowledge. In addition to these two categories, it is also possible to work in education.

If you are interested in the nervous system, begin your studies by earning a Bachelor in Neuroscience. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Degree Speech Therapy

Universidad Santa Paula
Campus Full time 32 months February 2017 Costa Rica San José

Language Therapist graduate of the University Santa Paula is a professional health area which is formed from a humanistic integral approach with great respect for diversity and responsive to the needs of society. [+]

Bachelors in Neuroscience. Who is a speech therapist? The Speech Therapist graduate of the University Santa Paula is a professional health area which is formed from a humanistic integral approach with great respect for diversity and responsive to the needs of society. This professional is responsible for communication Promote health, prevent the emergence of conditions that may cause damages in communication or language; also detect, evaluate, diagnose and intervene communication disorders, language (oral and written), speech, voice, oral and pharyngeal function in children population, adolescent, adult and older adult. The speech therapist has knowledge to serve all populations with any difficulty communicating what can be generated by different causes such as neurological, structural or anatomical of fonoarticuladores organs, genetic or hereditary causes, causes syndromic, cronopatías, or causes sensory type. LABOUR CAMPOS Hospitals (Mexico, HNN, CENARE, INS, CIMA, etc.) public and private schools with regular or special education. Rehabilitation centers. Nursing homes. Hearing and language centers. private clinics. Surgeries privately. ACTIVITIES Joint disorders Disorders levels of language (do not know what is a comb) Diagnosis of disorders such as: organic cause Voice disorders or dysphonia Functional causes (trauma) Disorders in reading and writing Teaching deaf children to speak and people with impaired hearing organ. Therapy for people with aphasia (effusion) / dysarthria. Speech disorders Engines (feeding techniques) Therapy for people with neurodegenerative diseases Communicative Health Promotion and Prevention alterations that may affect communication, language, speech and voice. Determine the use of techniques that enable users in verbal and non-verbal level. Disorders in speech fluency and stuttering, tachylalia and bradilalia. Therapist profile Upon completion of studies, speech therapist has the knowledge both human communication and its disorders. Education: academic training and practical training. Contemplate multidisciplinary aspects. [-]

Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy

The Department of European Studies “Jean Monnet“
Online & Campus Combined Full time 3 years December 2016 Switzerland Locarno

Physiotherapy is an autonomous profession whose practitioners should work in an open and equal professional relationship with other health professionals. Physiotherapists assess patients and then plan and implement treatment using various forms of physical resources (movement, electricity, water, heat, minerals, mud, climatic conditions, ultrasound, laser) in cooperation with the patients or users and their families, under the supervision and under the direction of medical doctors-specialists in physical medicine and rehabilitation. The curriculum is adapted to the modern needs of the profession, is appropriate for the student's abilities and current needs of modern health care and health tourism. Duration of study: The course lasts for six (6) semesters. Three (3) academic years Credits: 180 ECTS [+]

Competency achieved upon completion of the proposed studies After completing three years or six semesters (180 ECTS) of undergraduate study in Physiotherapy, students will be competent to organize and implement models application of physiotherapy which are trained for independent work in medical institutions, health-rehabilitation centers, professional sport clubs and other facilities for health tourism. The Bachelor in physiotherapy qualify themselves with their education for participation in the rehabilitation team work through: - Assessment of the status of the user and the need for physiotherapy treatment - Conduct kinesiometry and other measurements in order to diagnose functions of the locomotor system - Planning and Programming physiotherapy treatments - The application of special physiotherapy treatments according to the needs of users - Evaluation of the effects of treatment - Participation in education physiotherapists and other health professionals - Participating in research in the field of physical therapy - Training for teamwork, especially for interdisciplinary model in solving users problems - Continue of their own education - Work on the improvement of the profession. Studies program should help future physiotherapists: - the acquisition of humanistic and holistic approach to the person who is in the treatment of physical therapy, - achieve sensitivity to individual needs and preferences, -in action according to established or identified needs, - to provide the skills, - the foundation of practice on knowledge, - to develop critical thinking, - to encourage interest in continuing professional development. - to encourage scientific research in the field of physiotherapy Linkage studies with basic and modern skills and profession The physical therapy profession involves care for persons of all ages in health. Physiotherapists are now far more than just a hospital staff responsible for carrying out the program prescribed by a doctor and therefore there is a growing need for advanced knowledge and learning about new technologies in the field of communication, assessment and treatment. [-]

Bachelor Degree of Nursing

The Department of European Studies “Jean Monnet“
Online & Campus Combined Full time 3 years December 2016 Switzerland Locarno

University Graduate Study of Nursing is a university program already recognised in the USA and in EU Member States (especially in Scandinavian countries, the Benelux countries, Great Britain and Ireland). Upon completion of such program in said countries, it is possible to obtain a highly responsible position in organisation of primary healthcare within health institutions, in the education of nurses, and it is also possible to continue one's education in postgraduate study programs. [+]

Bachelors in Neuroscience. Basic characteristics of the University Graduate Study of Nursing - Compliance of the study program and proposed study organisation with determinants of the Bologna Declaration; University Graduate Study of Nursing is a continuation of education carried out in two cycles: undergraduate studies lasting for 3 years, i.e. 6 semesters, and graduate studies lasting for 2 years, i.e. 4 semesters. - The objective of the University Graduate Study of Nursing is to educate professionals for independent work in clinical hospitals, health institutes and institutions, as well as for work as associates in health and clinical research (projects, communication, presentation) at higher education institutions offering education in health. - Specific strategic goal is to enable scientific training in the scientific field of nursing, to train teaching personnel who shall, upon completion of graduate studies, be competent for independent teaching in the field of healthcare, for participation in research and for continuation of scientific training in the Postgraduate Doctoral Study of Biomedicine and Health. - According to the structure of the proposed study program, it is obvious that teaching is carried out in classes organized based on the field of study, in the form of lectures, seminars, clinical rotations and methodical exercises, individual students' work with participation of mentors and other extracurricular and curricular activities. - Participation of guest teachers form foreign universities based on signed cooperation agreements, and of esteemed domicile and foreign experts in the field of healthcare and in the scientific field of nursing, but also in other scientific fields, because the study program includes significant elements of interdisciplinarity. - Correlation of scientific observations, specialist knowledge and expert skills through emphasis on practical teaching – clinical exercises in the field of healthcare performed at the teaching sites of the Faculty of Medicine: Clinical Hospital Centre Osijek, Medical School Osijek and Health Centre Osijek. Competencies students acquire upon completion of the proposed study Upon completion of two years, i.e. 4 semesters (120 ECTS credits) of the University Graduate Study of Nursing, the students acquire competencies (depending on optional courses they choose) to teach classes in the field of healthcare, to organise, analyse and research models of patient healthcare with a holistic approach to patients, to participate in clinical research or to continue with their education towards a doctoral degree. Thereby, students are trained to independently work in the system of education of healthcare workers, not only at the Faculty of Medicine and its teaching sites, but also at other education institutions that train healthcare workers at basic or bachelor's level. Along with teaching competencies, upon their completion of the study program the students will be capable of taking the most responsible tasks in the organisation of healthcare in clinical departments and in the community, if they choose to do so. Upon completion of the studies, it is also possible to continue one's education in the University Doctoral Study of Biomedicine and Health, which is offered at the Faculty of Medicine in Osijek. Outcomes of the study Outcomes of the study program can be divided in several groups according to knowledge and skills: Factual and theoretical knowledge: - Evaluation of facts in the field of theory, philosophy and expert practise in the field of healthcare, - Evaluation of theoretical knowledge, philosophy and expert practise in the field of healthcare as well as (correlating) knowledge in other fields (medicine, pedagogy, psychology, management...) which may serve as basis for scientific research in the field of healthcare. Cognitive skills: - Using (based on critical review) of literature and other information and making of one's own conclusions through deduction, - Making plans and conducting research; gathering, analysing and interpreting of the obtained results and their practical application, - Evidence-based research of healthcare, - Assessing outcomes of medical care and their impact on satisfying of human needs, - Applying ethical principles in research and healthcare practice, - Teaching healthcare classes in secondary schools for nurses, and in the undergraduate studies of nursing, - Teaching health education classes in education institutions, - Planning and organizing of training, education and improvement in the field of health at schools and health institutions, - Making of curriculum, - Planning and organising of teaching (lectures, seminars, exercises), - Didactic preparation and organisation of the teaching process, - Cooperation and/or independent research of general and specific pedagogical issues in the field of healthcare – nursing, - Postgraduate/doctoral studies and life-long learning. Psychomotor skills: - Performing of complex healthcare procedures in accordance with quality standards. Independence and responsibility: - Decision-making and change management, - Taking personal and team responsibility which contributes to professional development, - Taking social and ethical responsibility during task performance and for resulting consequences of those tasks. [-]

Pre-Med Studies

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Harrisonburg Lancaster

Time and again, EMU pre-med graduates report discovering they are better prepared than their counterparts in graduate school. In fact, over the past decade, over 80% of students who completed EMU’s pre-medical program were accepted into med school. [+]

Pre-Med Studies at EMU Time and again, EMU pre-med graduates report discovering they are better prepared than their counterparts in graduate school. In fact, over the past decade, over 80% of students who completed EMU’s pre-medical program were accepted into med school. EMU graduates credit our small class sizes, professors who nurtured them as individuals, and an environment that fostered personal growth and reflection about values, in addition to academic rigor. Hands-on learning and research collaboration EMU’s cadaver dissection program is one example of ‘academic rigor’ that accounts for exceptional preparation for graduate school. EMU is one of the few colleges in the state that offers a cadaver lab for undergraduate study and research. Hands-on original research along-side faculty members provides further preparation that puts EMU graduates ahead of many peers in graduate school. Some students publish their findings or present to professional societies. Research collaboration helps students identify interests and enhance critical and creative thinking skills. Other real-world learning occurs when students get involved in the local community, perhaps shadowing a physician, volunteering at a clinic, or working in a hospital or nursing home as a technician or nursing assistant. Liberal arts and cross-cultural focus Our broad liberal arts foundation also prepares graduates in unique ways. EMU core values include cross-cultural understanding and respect. Interfaith and inter-cultural dialogues and relationships are valued within the campus community. Cultural understanding can be an important selection criterion in gaining admission to medical school or other graduate programs. The quality of the teaching at EMU was fantastic for many reasons. -Dr. Chad Denlinger ’96 A state-of-the-art cadaver lab in Suter Science Center provides students with the right tools to get the hands-on experience needed to learn about the human body. -Wally Al-Kakhan, MA in biomedicine ’15 [-]