Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience)

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Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience)

  • Study mode
    The Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience) is taught on campus.
  • Program rating
    Australian research in neuroscience has significant impact on a global scale. This course deals with a single subject: understanding the nervous system, and study areas include neural systems and complex behaviours and the biology of nerve cells.
  • Aimed at
    People interested in understanding and studying the complex functions of the nervious system.
  • Employability
    With a specialisation in neuroscience, employment can be gained in the areas of neuropsychology, drug evaluation, audiology, education, basic research, drug development, behavioural research and brain imaging.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Neuroscience
    First year

    Biology of Cells and Organisms     
    An Ecological History of Humanity
    Fundamentals of Cell Biology     
    Managing People and Organisations

    Second year
    Fundamentals of Cell Biology     
    Organisational Behaviour
    Biological Psychology     
    Indigenous Experiences of Colonisation

    Third year
    Principles of Neuroscience     
    Neurons, Synapses and Circuits     

    Learning Cultures
    Sensation, Movement and Complex Functions     
    Developmental Neurobiology     
    Organisations, Ethics and Society

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