Curriculum

Masters of Science in Clinical Neuroscience Degree Curriculum

This MS-ClinNeuroSci program is 30 semester credit hours, delivered online in an asynchronous manner.

Course: NSM511

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to empower the student with a clinically based approach to understanding the central nervous system of humankind. The complexity of the nervous system will be understood

Course: NSM512

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the development of the embryology and malformation of the human system. The student will master the clinically relevant events of human development divided…

Course: NSM513

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the structure and function of the brainstem and with emphasis on spinal cord the vascular system. The student will understand the myriad of pathology …

Course: NSM521

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the structure, function and pathology of the human brain stem. Students will be exposed to an understanding of brain stem function by exacting exploration of..

Course: NSM522

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the clinical importance and functionality of the cranial nerves and associated higher functioning of the human brain. 

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the clinical components of the somatosensory and viscerosensory systems. Abnormal function of the
somatosensory system involves..

Course: NSM631

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the clinical phenomenology of higher functions of sensation including vision, hearing and balance. The visual system can be considered a window to the brain for clinicians.

Course: NSM632

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the clinical importance of human motor systems. The integration of sensory information provides a robust feedback system to the human motor system. 

Course: NSM633

3 Credit Hours

The objectives of this course are to create a comprehensive understanding of the clinical manifestations of function and deficits in the brain, basal ganglia and cerebellum. The student will be exposed to a functional understanding of the anatomy..

Course: NSM700

Students in the master’s degree in Clinical Neuroscience will gather what they have learned throughout their master’s program and apply it to examine a specific idea, concept or application in clinical neuroscience. This will be accomplished through the Capstone Project that will serve as the culminating academic and intellectual experience of the master’s degree.

John Dewey

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

The Carrick Institute Masters 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.

Contact Info
Address

8910 Astronaut Blvd, Ste 102, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920, USA

Phone

+1-321-868-6464

Email

college@carrickinstitute.com

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