Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Medical Neuroscience

Director: Professor Gerry Oxford

Graduate Advisor: Associate Professor Cynthia M. Hingtgen
Department of Neurology
(317) 278-9344

Degrees Offered: Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy

Special Program Requirements

(See also general University Graduate School requirements.)

Admission Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biological sciences, physics, mathematics, or psychology, which includes courses in general chemistry (8 cr.), organic chemistry (8 cr.), physics (4 cr.), biological sciences (8 cr.), and mathematics through calculus. Promising students may be accepted even though certain undergraduate prerequisites may be lacking, but must remove deficiencies during the first year of graduate study. The Graduate Record Examination General Test results must be available before applicants are considered for admission.

Master of Science in Medical Neuroscience
Course Requirements: At least 30 credit hours, including at least 17 credit hours of approved courses and at least 6 credit hours of research.

Thesis: Required.

Final Examination: Comprehensive oral examination.

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