Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

View the student catalog here for more information and to answer any additional questions. 

1. How long does the program typically take to complete?

Students are able to take a reduced course load if they desire. While students can complete the program in 20 months, by enrolling and completing less courses at a time, students can complete the program but with an extended time frame. Students must contact their Academic Advisorsors, who will provide the proper carousel to follow. 

2. How many weeks in each semester?

Each course is 15 weeks in duration which equals a semester. It is possible to take three semesters per year, representing 45 weeks. 

3. Who can apply to this program? 

Applicants may be admitted into this program with a four-year baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.

4. What are the classes in the program? 

You can view all the classes on our curriculum page by clicking here

5. What is the average weekly time commitment for this program?

A full-time student enrolled in two courses per semester can expect to dedicate 25-30 hours per week to their studies. A part-time student can expect up to 10-15 hours per week.  

6. Will the time of the online class be done through a series of pre-loaded videos or would we have to attend live stream classes? 

All classwork is conducted in an asynchronous manner. Courses contain extensive interaction but are completed on the scholar’s time and contains various due dates each week.

7. How do International Students apply to the program? 

International students who have completed their education outside of the United States should submit an official, certified, translated transcript. International students whose native language is not English, and who did not receive a degree from an institution within the United States, are required to take the TOEFL and have official scores submitted directly to Carrick Institute as part of the application. Minimum scores of 80 on the Internet-based, 213 on the computerbased, and 550 on the paper-based TOEFL test are required. Student can register for the TOEFL test at ( TOEFL scores must be mailed to the following address: Carrick Institute Attention: Office of Graduate Degree Programs 8910 Astronaut Boulevard, Suite 102 Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 Foreign transcript evaluations are accepted from any agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services ( The agencies recommended by Carrick Institute are Educational Perspectives ( and Josef Silny & Associates ( Students are encouraged to check directly with the agencies for current prices and requirements. Scholars who apply to Josef Silny can submit the following form:

8. What is the Cancellation and Refund Policy? 

You can view a full breakdown of our student’s right to cancel and refund policy here: Student’s Right To Cancel and Refund Policy.

John Dewey

“ Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. ”

The Carrick Institute Master of Science in Clinical Neuroscience Degree is designed to train healthcare professionals to serve as clinical neuroscientists and conduct research into the study and function of the human nervous system.

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