9 Master Degrees in Neuroscience 2020

Taking two to three years to complete, a master’s degree can be earned in a variety of subjects. This degree is usually earned after the completion of an undergraduate education, and many students choose to enter the workforce or pursue higher studies after earning it. What is a Master in Neuroscience? This degree program provides students with a deep understanding of the structure and funct… Read more

Taking two to three years to complete, a master’s degree can be earned in a variety of subjects. This degree is usually earned after the completion of an undergraduate education, and many students choose to enter the workforce or pursue higher studies after earning it.

What is a Master in Neuroscience? This degree program provides students with a deep understanding of the structure and function of the human brain and nervous system. Topics such as brain anatomy, mental illness, cognitive development, and plasticity are normally covered. Courses in anatomy, biochemistry, psychology, and even anthropology will usually be required for graduation. This program is research-intensive, so a significant amount of time is spent in the laboratory.

As a degree student, you may enjoy a variety of benefits and advantages. If you are hoping to earn a higher salary, a master’s degree could help you do it. Since employers often view degree students more favorably, you will likely have an easier time finding and keeping work than others.

The cost of earning this degree varies from country to country. Every school is allowed to set its own rates, so you should also keep this in mind. For more in-depth financial information, students should contact their schools of choice directly.

After earning this degree, the vast majority of graduates choose to become neuroscientists. Some of these professionals work in clinical environments assisting other medical professionals such as therapists, psychiatrists, and neurologists with the care and evaluation of patients. Many choose to enter the research field, hoping to find cures for neurological diseases, disorders, and injuries. Research neuroscientists may even publish studies or scientific journals.

There are many ways to earn a master’s degree. If you prefer an online learning program, you will find there are many schools now offering this option. To start, 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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Instituto Europeo de Salud y Bienestar Social
Madrid, Spain

The International Master in Neuroscience: Clinical and Neurodiagnostic Evaluation explores and deepens in the areas of psychology and medicine in order to develop a profile th ... Read more

The International Master in Neuroscience: Clinical and Neurodiagnostic Evaluation explores and deepens in the areas of psychology and medicine in order to develop a profile that can evaluate, diagnose and intervene in observable cognitive and neurobehavioral disorders in a patient. It is composed of an itinerary of continuous training modules and designed to achieve learning in a current subject, with a systematic and regular dedication of study. Read less
Master
01 September 2020
Full-time
Part-time
8 months
Spanish
Online
 
Southern Cross University (Online)
Sydney, Australia + 6 More

Our Master of Mental Health Nursing is the first of its kind, developed against the latest mental health industry standards as set by the Australian College of Mental Health N ... Read more

Our Master of Mental Health Nursing is the first of its kind, developed against the latest mental health industry standards as set by the Australian College of Mental Health Nursing. You can use your qualification upon completion as part of the pathway to become a credentialed mental health nurse. Read less
Master
01 January 2020
Part-time
2 years
English
Online
 
Maastricht University, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
Maastricht, Netherlands + 4 More

This specialisation provides you with a theoretical background and practical experience in pharmaceutical drug research & development, medicinal nutrition and personalised ... Read more

This specialisation provides you with a theoretical background and practical experience in pharmaceutical drug research & development, medicinal nutrition and personalised healthcare. You will have interactions with industry and regulatory agencies. The overarching theme is the pipeline of drug research & development from design of the molecule to its applications in healthcare settings. Read less
Master
01 September 2020
Full-time
24 months
01 April 2019
English
Campus
 
Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra
Coimbra, Portugal + 2 More

Mental health and related problems are one of the most sensitive areas of people's health. In fact, mental health problems constitute 13% of the global burden of diseases (WHO ... Read more

Mental health and related problems are one of the most sensitive areas of people's health. In fact, mental health problems constitute 13% of the global burden of diseases (WHO, 2001) and that 5 out of 10 of the causes that lead to disability are mental health problems (WHO, 2003). Read less
Master
01 October 2020
4 semesters
Portuguese
Campus
 
Universidade da Coruña
A Coruña, Spain + 9 More

The master's degree in neuroscience aims to offer a program aimed at the advanced training of researchers in the field of neuroscience, which is capable of responding to the c ... Read more

The master's degree in neuroscience aims to offer a program aimed at the advanced training of researchers in the field of neuroscience, which is capable of responding to the challenges posed by the European Higher Education Area in the field of postgraduate. It provides the theoretical and experimental bases necessary for the completion of the Doctoral Thesis in the field of Neuroscience. Read less
Master
01 September 2020
Full-time
Spanish
Campus
 
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Master’s in Neurosciences is a two-year, full-time programme. Teaching comprises lectures, research seminars, work groups, demonstrations, lab...

The Master’s in Neurosciences is a two-year, full-time programme. Teaching comprises lectures, research seminars, work groups, demonstrations, lab... Read less
Master
03 September 2020
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Castellón de la Plana, Spain

The master can acquire the theoretical and methodological foundations of the discipline and skills needed to develop basic research and clinical skills.

The master can acquire the theoretical and methodological foundations of the discipline and skills needed to develop basic research and clinical skills. Read less
Master
01 September 2020
Full-time
Spanish
Campus
 
Sharda University
Greater Noida, India

Master of Physiotherapy (MPT) - Neurology

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Master
01 July 2020
Full-time
English
Campus
 
Southern Cross University (Online)
Sydney, Australia + 6 More

There is a growing need in our healthcare system for highly skilled professionals who understand the complexities of mental health and can offer well-informed mental health cl ... Read more

There is a growing need in our healthcare system for highly skilled professionals who understand the complexities of mental health and can offer well-informed mental health clinical interventions. Read less
Master
01 January 2020
Part-time
2 years
English
Online