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Masters Programs in Neuroscience in South America 2023

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.Students taking a Master of Neuroscience have intense interest in the functioning and capabilities of the brain. These programs are designed for students with strength in science and… Read more

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Students taking a Master of Neuroscience have intense interest in the functioning and capabilities of the brain. These programs are designed for students with strength in science and medicine.

South America is the fourth largest continent. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries. South America is home to the majestic Andes mountain range and the mysterious Amazon River. The world's largest rain forest, with millions of species of exotic animals, is also found in South America.

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ESPM – Brasil
São Paulo, Brazil

The proposal of this Master is to train professionals who are able to combine knowledge about the brain and the biology of behavior for their applications in the contexts of m ... +

The proposal of this Master is to train professionals who are able to combine knowledge about the brain and the biology of behavior for their applications in the contexts of marketing and consumption, expanding the way of understanding the market through knowledge and state-of-the-art research tools that can bring a more objective and scientific character on consumer behavior. -
Master
Part-time
4 semesters
Portuguese (Brazil)
Mar 2023
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
Manuela Beltran University (Universidad Manuela Beltrán (UMB))
Bogotá, Colombia

The program delves into the Neurorehabilitation approach from different areas of intervention and administrative, clinical, investigative, and socio-community areas. In additi ... +

The program delves into the Neurorehabilitation approach from different areas of intervention and administrative, clinical, investigative, and socio-community areas. In addition, the graduate will be able to act as a leader in interdisciplinary processes promoting suitable spaces for evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, through research and innovation directed at the population with neurological rehabilitation needs and particular conditions from the social determinants throughout the life cycle. -
Master
Spanish (Colombia)
Campus
 
Assunção University Centre (Centro Universitário Assunção (UNIFAI))
Vila Mariana, Brazil

Neuroscience helps in the construction of physical, neurological, mental, social, and affective learning, seeking a better understanding of the functioning of the brain, and h ... +

Neuroscience helps in the construction of physical, neurological, mental, social, and affective learning, seeking a better understanding of the functioning of the brain, and how this functioning affects the behavior, thinking, and emotions of the individual, be it a child, adolescent, adult or elderly. The content prepares the professional to act in disorders, syndromes and disorders allied or not to learning, but the neuroscientist's performance goes beyond the regular and special schools; it extends to hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, institutions for people with disabilities, shelters, transit homes, and even psychosocial care centers and networks. -
Master
Portuguese (Brazil)
Campus
 

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Diego Portales University
Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile

The Master in Social Neuroscience at UDP is designed to deliver solid academic training along with the basic knowledge to develop research in human cognitive neuroscience. An ... +

The Master in Social Neuroscience at UDP is designed to deliver solid academic training along with the basic knowledge to develop research in human cognitive neuroscience. An essential aspect of our Master in Social Neuroscience is the integrative vision of the multiple explanatory levels and analysis methods in Neuroscience, a better understanding of psychosocial phenomena, and other areas of knowledge. Students can know, first-hand, the current development of various branches of research in Cognitive Neuroscience. Among our students and graduates, we have people from very diverse professional fields, such as psychology, kinesiology, engineering, medicine, among others. -
Master
Spanish (Chile)
Campus
 
Autonomous University of Manizales (Universidad Autónoma de Manizales UAM)
Manizales, Colombia

The general objective of the Master's degree in Neurorehabilitation consists of qualified physiotherapists at the level of advanced training in the area of Neurorehabilitation ... +

The general objective of the Master's degree in Neurorehabilitation consists of qualified physiotherapists at the level of advanced training in the area of Neurorehabilitation that responds innovatively, critically, and competently to the needs of comprehensive rehabilitation of the disabled population of origin neurological, in an interdisciplinary perspective, and through the assimilation and appropriation of knowledge, methodologies and scientific and technological developments. It also seeks, through the research training and the execution of a work of degree, the development of skills that allow the solution of problems or the analysis of specific situations in a professional or interdisciplinary referred to the neurological rehabilitation. -
Master
Spanish (Colombia)
Campus
 
National University Arturo Jauretche (Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche)
La Argentina, Argentina

The main objective of the Master in Neurosciences is to train qualified human resources, of a high scientific level, updated and in a position to orient themselves towards con ... +

The main objective of the Master in Neurosciences is to train qualified human resources, of a high scientific level, updated and in a position to orient themselves towards continuous training in the area of ​​knowledge that involves the structure, function, and regulation of the nervous system in the broadest sense. Specifically, the Master's program aims to develop a multidisciplinary approach that includes molecular, cellular, physiological, behavioral, cognitive, and pathological aspects. In turn, it aims to provide interdisciplinary knowledge (from molecular biology to cognitive and neuroimaging studies), so that future researchers can address problems in a translational way and join laboratories of public and private institutions. -
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Spanish (Argentina)
Campus