The use of neuroimaging techniques is rapidly increasing in many branches of research across a wide range of disciplines. They range from neuroscience to computer science, physics, psychology, linguistics, neurology, neuroradiology and many other areas. In many of these disciplines there is little primary teaching in how human brain structure, function or appearance are displayed on various imaging techniques. This Programme looks at addressing these areas. You can enrol on the Programme via a standard part-time mode or via an intermittent part-time mode (ICL).
This programme equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for understanding studies using neuroimaging techniques as well as designing, setting up and analysing their own experimental data.
This programme is delivered entirely online using a combination of online tuition, peer-to-peer discussion and independent study.