MSc Neuroscience - Aims and Objectives

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The MSc in Neuroscience aims to give students a broad background in the most recent ongoing research in the field of Neuroscience as it is carried out at University College. The design of the course aims to maximise the students' transferable skills, including the training in:

  1. Laboratory research training in either cellular, molecular or systems neuroscience depending upon choice of research project.
  2. Data analysis.
  3. Computer literacy - courses available through our Graduate School.
  4. Oral presentation skills - research and data presentation.
  5. Critical appraisal of up-to-date literature in journals such as Nature, J. Neuroscience, etc.
  6. Writing skills - essays and final dissertation.
  7. Time management and taking responsibility for own workload.
  8. Ability to use deduction and initiative,
  9. Being able to work independently and as part of a team.

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