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¿Qué aprenderé?

Whether you want to integrate neuroscience expertise into your current professional development, or to specialize in one of several areas of focus, the INP offers in-depth training in the neurosciences, with practical, hands-on laboratory skills and significant research experience.

Program requirements: Successful completion of a qualifying examination or an earned M.S. with thesis in an appropriate discipline, a comprehensive examination, and written dissertation and oral dissertation defense. As the qualifying exam is meant to be equivalent to the M.S. degree, the examination must be taken no later than the first semester following the completion of eighteen credits of coursework. This examination is intended to assess a student’s potential to perform satisfactorily at the doctoral level. A minimum of 72 credits is required, of these, 30 credits must be earned through required coursework, and 18 to 28 of which may be earned through dissertation research (NEU 699). Up to 30 transfer credits will be accepted for students who have already earned an M.S. degree. Registration in NEU 581 and 582 is required for one year, and successful completion of NEU 502, 503, 504, and 511 are required, as well as PSY 532 and one additional statistics or computational analysis course. Two semesters (4-6 credits) of NEU 591 are required, one in the student’s primary area of research, and one in a related discipline. Doctoral students must enroll in Neurobiology Seminar (NEU 587 or equivalent) for a minimum of three semesters. Depending on a student’s previous training and experience, certain requirements may be waived at the discretion of the student’s dissertation committee and the Graduate School. In the final semester, a formal presentation of thesis research is required in 581/582.

Especializaciones

  • Dementia and Aging
  • Central Nervous System Disorders
  • Cellular, Molecular, and Behavioral Neurobiology
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¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Graduate School

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (4 )

Costos de estudio
US$27.214,00 por año
Fecha de inicio

7 Septiembre 2022, 6 Septiembre 2023

Lugar

University of Rhode Island

Kingston Campus,

75 Briar Lane,

KINGSTON,

Rhode Island,

02881, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

To be considered for admission into a graduate degree program, professional program, or certificate program, you must have: A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States or a foreign institution of acceptable standing; Adequate undergraduate preparation in the proposed major field or equivalent evidence of an appropriate background for undertaking an advanced degree program; A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better in the undergraduate career that can be confirmed with official transcripts from the institution (some programs may require a higher or lower GPA). Language Proficiency Required scores on the Internet-based (iBT) and Computer-based TOEFL: An overall score of 80 or above (82 for teaching assistantship consideration), AND Minimum scores in the following areas: Reading: 19; Writing: 18; Listening: 17; Speaking: 18 (the suggested minimum speaking score for a teaching assistantship is 20). Other scores that may be accepted in place of TOEFL scores (please check with your department): International English Language Testing System (IELTS): All scores must be sent directly to URI. Required minimum score of 6.5, AND minimum scores in the following areas: Reading: 6.5; Writing: 6.5; Listening: 6.5; Speaking: 6.5 (The suggested minimum speaking score for a teaching assistantship is 7). Duolingo English Test: Required minimum score of 105 (Score of 110 for a teaching assistantship) Pearson Test of English: Required minimum scores are Reading 53, Writing 59, Listening 47, and Speaking 47 (62 for international teaching assistants) Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR): Required minimum score of B2

Para estudiantes internacionales

To be considered for admission into a graduate degree program, professional program, or certificate program, you must have:

A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States or a foreign institution of acceptable standing

Adequate undergraduate preparation in the proposed major field or equivalent evidence of an appropriate background for undertaking an advanced degree program

A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better in the undergraduate career that can be confirmed with official transcripts from the institution (some programs may require a higher or lower GPA).

Language Proficiency

Required scores on the Internet-based (iBT) and Computer-based TOEFL:

An overall score of 80 or above (82 for teaching assistantship consideration), AND Minimum scores in the following areas: Reading: 19; Writing: 18; Listening: 17; Speaking: 18 (the suggested minimum speaking score for a teaching assistantship is 20).

Other scores that may be accepted in place of TOEFL scores (please check with your department):

International English Language Testing System (IELTS): All scores must be sent directly to URI. Required minimum score of 6.5, AND minimum scores in the following areas: Reading: 6.5; Writing: 6.5; Listening: 6.5; Speaking: 6.5 (The suggested minimum speaking score for a teaching assistantship is 7).

Duolingo English Test: Required minimum score of 105 (Score of 110 for a teaching assistantship)

Pearson Test of English: Required minimum scores are Reading 53, Writing 59, Listening 47, and Speaking 47 (62 for international teaching assistants)

Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR): Required minimum score of B2

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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