University Master's Degree in Neurosciences

The main objective of this university master's degree is to discover and understand the structure and functions of the nervous system from a clear, research-based perspective.

Content Official Master's Degree in Neurosciences

Study guides

The information currently available corresponds to the subjects offered during the 2024/25 academic year. If you wish to consult the information included in a study guide not found on the list, please visit the Digital Repository of Documents. The complete information of all the subjects of the Degree can be consulted in the Study Plan and timetables section.

The information on the languages used in each subject can be found in the study guide for each subject.

 44710 - Introduction to Data Processing and to the Communication of Scientific Information

 44711 - Master’s Degree Dissertation

 45418 - Molecular and Physiological Neurobiology

 42909 - Neuroanatomy and Cell Neurobiology

 42911 - Neurobiology of Cognition and Behaviour

 42910 - Physiopathology and Regeneration in Neurological Illnesses