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Graduate Courses

The complete list of neuroscience courses offered by the participating units which fulfill the Collaborative Program requirements can be found on the SGS Neuroscience Program Website . Please note that not all courses are offered each year.

The timetable of offered courses is updated as information from the participating department becomes available. Please contact the appropriate departments for availability and enrolment information and to confirm course times/locations.




Neuroscience courses available to CPIN Students

Applied Psychology & Human Development
APD 3286H Developmental Neurobiology Contact Department for availability
APD 1238H Special Topics in Human Development & Applied Psychology:
Neuroscience & Education: Bridging the Gap
Contact Department for availability

Computer Science
CSC 2515
Intro to Machine Learning

CSC 2506
Uncertainty and Learning

CSC 2523
Object Modeling and Recognition: Deep Learning in Computer Vision


Dentistry
DEN 1060H Oral Physiology: Sensory and Neuromuscular Function

IBBME
JEB 1444H Neural Engineering

Institute of Medical Science
MSC 1006H Introduction to Anatomical Organization of the Brain Contact Department for availability 
MSC 1081H Studies in Schizophrenia

Contact Department for availability

MSC 1085H Molecular Approaches to Mental Health and Addictions Contact Department for availability
MSC 1086H Integrative perspectives in Conciousness and Self-Awareness Contact Department for availability
MSC 1087H Neuroimaging Methods using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contact Department for availability
MSC 1088H Brain Positron Emission Tomography Contact Department for availability
MSC 6000H Special Topics (Reading Course) Note: Requires prior permission of the Neuroscience Program Director Offered each term.  The student would need to meet with a graduate coordinator to go over their course proposal.

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

LMP 2222H Neurodegenerative Disease
Contact Department for availability

Music
MUS 2122H Music and the Brain Contact Department for availability

Pharmacology & Toxicology
JPM 1005Y Behavioural Pharmacology Contact Department for availability
JPY 1007Y Neuropharmacology of Neurotransmitter Receptors Contact Department for availability
PCL 1012H Cognitive Neuropharmacology Contact Department for availability

Pharmacy
JNP1017 Current Topics in Molecular and Biochemical Toxicology
JNP1018 Molecular and Biochemical Basis of Toxicology

Physiology
JNR 1444Y Fundamentals of Neuroscience: Cellular and Molecular
[PhD required course]

JNS 1000Y Fundamentals of Neuroscience: Systems and Behaviour
[PhD required course]

JYG1555H Advanced Topics: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
PSL 1024H Advanced Topics: Endocrinology and Neuroendocrinology
PSL 1026H Advanced Topics: Experimental Cell Physiology
PSL 1047H Advanced Topics: Somatosensory and Pain Neuroscience Contact Department for availability
PSL 1050H Advanced Topics: The Hippocampus from Cell to Behaviour Contact Department for availability
PSL 1053H Advanced Topics: Critical Assessment of Ion Channel Function Contact Department for availability
PSL 1068H Advanced Topics: Molecular Basis of Behaviour
PSL 1071H Advanced Topics: Computational Neuroscience
PSL 1075H Biology in Time
PSL 1441H Systems Level Neuroplasticity Contact Department for availability
PSL 1445H Mechanistic Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience
PSL 1446H Molecular & Cellular Aspects of Neural Disorders
PSL 1452H Fundamentals of Ion Channel Function

Psychology
PSY 1200H
Selected Topics in Psychology: Introduction to Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Cognitive Neuroscience

PSY 4706H Human Brain Neuroanatomy Prof. Moscovitch requires instructor's approval
PSY 5101H Mechanisms of Behaviour
PSY 5103H Learning and Plasticity Contact Department for availability
PSY 5104H Neuropsychology Contact Department for availability
PSY 5110H Advanced Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience I
PSY 5111H Advanced Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience II
PSY 5112H Advanced Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience III

PSY 5120H Advanced Topics in Animal Behaviour and Motivation II: Issues in Comparative Cognition Contact Department for availability
PSY 5121H Advanced Topics in Animal Behaviour and Motivation II: Animal Behaviour Genetics
PSY 5130H Advanced Topics in Neuropsychology I Contact Department for availability
PSY 5131H Advanced Topics in Neuropsychology II Contact Department for availability
PSY 5132H Advanced Topics in Neuropsychology III
Contact Department for availability
PSY 5201H Audition Contact Department for availability
PSY 5202H Vision Contact Department on availability
PSY 5203H Higher Cognition: Cognitive Neuroscience

PSY 5204H Attention and action

PSY 5205H Theories of Memory
PSY 5210H Advanced Topics in Perception I Contact Department for availability
PSY 5211H Advanced Topics in Perception II:Perception: Ecological Theory, Information & Representation Contact Department for availability
PSY 5212H Advanced Topics in Perception III Contact Department for availability
PSY 5220H Advanced Topics in Cognition I: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

PSY 5221H Advanced Topics in Cognition II
PSY 5222H Advanced Topics in Cognition III

PSY 5310H Advanced Topics in Development I: Neuroimaging of Development
PSY5311HF Advanced Topics in Developmental II: Imaging Brain Development

Rehabiliation Science
REH 5100H Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation Neuroscience I    
REH 5102H Cognitive Rehabilitation Neuroscience II Contact Department for availability
REH 1510H Disordered Restorative Motor Control



PhD Course Requirements

As per the CPIN requirements, all PhD students must complete at least 1.0 full-course equivalent from the List of PhD Core Courses