M.Sc. Neuroscience is a 2-year full-time post graduation course. The minimum eligibility for which is a Bachelor’s degree of 3 years in any core science or biological science stream or a professional degree like MBBS. Many institutes provide admit to the students based on their performance in the entrance exam conducted by them.
Some of the institutions providing admission in the M.Sc Neuroscience program are as follows:
M.Sc Neuroscience is a popular course especially among the students who wish to learn and research more about the intricacies of the brain. The Neuroscience course is branch of biology that covers the study of nervous system whilst blending it with disciplines like neuropsychology that makes the subject more interesting for the learners.
The average course fee for M.Sc Neuroscience degree ranges from INR 6000- INR 75000 annually for a span of 2 years. Such postgraduates are hired as Neurobiologists, psychophysicist, educational psychologist, database and databank manager, neurophysiologist, neuropathologist, biotechnologist etc. The average salary of such post graduates ranges between INR 3,00,000- 4,00,000 which increase with an increase in experience and expertise.
|Course Level||Post Graduate|
|Duration of the Course||2 years|
|Eligibility||Bachelors degree in biology/ biotechnology/ biochemistry/ neurobiology/ neuroscience/ zoology or MBBS with minimum 50% marks from a recognized university|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam based|
|Course Fee||INR 6,000- INR 17,000|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3,00,000- INR 4,00,000|
|Top recruiting companies||Educational institutes like IITs, IIScs|
|Job Positions||Professors, Researchers, Neurobiologists, Neural Engineer etc.|
M.Sc Neuroscience is a course that combines most of the branches of biology that relate to the neural system of human beings. The course helps immensely for the candidates willing to research further on the nervous system of our body and understand its intricacies in greater detail.
The course takes an integrated approach towards neuroscience and builds a student’s acumen via the experimental skill training as well as the theoretical learning. It gives a clear outline about how the neuroscience evolved and the future that it holds for the upcoming generations.
One of the primary goals of this course is to provide both practical and theoretical training of the field to the students and enriching their experience through laboratory training and research. For the ones seeking to learn cellular, molecular, computational and cognitive aspects of neuroscience, M.Sc Neuroscience course is the right choice.
|Name of the Institute||Location||Annual Fee|
|Jiwaji University||Gwalior||INR 12,230|
|University of Madras||Chennai||INR 6,250|
|Sri Ramachandra University||Chennai||INR 75,000|
|Indian Institute of Science||Bangalore||INR 17,950|
Candidates seeking admission in the M.Sc Neuroscience course need to fulfill the following eligibility criteria:
Most of the institutes providing admissions to the candidates in the two years M.Sc. Neuroscience program conducts their own entrance tests. The admission to the candidate is given on the basis of his/her merit in the qualifying entrance test.
Admission process usually varies from college to college. Some institutes prepare a cumulative merit of the student based on their graduation percentage and the marks obtained in the entrance test. Some of the entrance tests conducted by the universities are stated below:
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Cell Biology and Neuron Organization||Neuroanatomy|
|Genetic and Molecular Biology||Developmental Neurobiology|
|Laboratory Tools and Techniques||Cellular Neurophysiology and biophysics|
|Cell Biology (LAB)||Neuroanatomy (LAB)|
|Genetic Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (LAB)||Neurophysiology (LAB)|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Sensory and Motor Systems||Nanotechnology and Bioinformatics for Neuroscience|
|Regulatory Systems||Research methods, biostatistics and computer applications (LAB)|
|Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience||Dissertation|
|Neuropathology (LAB)||VIVA VOCE|
|Behavior biology (LAB)||-|
Successful postgraduates of M.Sc. Neuroscience coursework as neurobiologists, Neuropathologists, Biochemists, Biotechnologists, Psychophycists, Psychopharmacologists, Database and databank Manager, Neural Network Researchers, Computational Neuroscientists etc. On the academic front, one can pursue research or work as lecturer and professor in reputed colleges across the nation.
The candidates seeking to study further can take admission in the higher education courses like M.Phil and Ph.D. in Neurosciences.
|JOB TYPE||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE STARTING SALARY|
|Professor||Work in a neuroscience institution and educate the students about the various researches and studies in the field||INR 4 to 4.5 Lacs|
|Neurobiologist||Diagnose the diseases in the brain, spinal cord and nerves and examine the reasons behind its occurrence with a full proof research||INR 6 to 8 Lacs|
|Biochemist||Develops new medicines for the cure of deadly diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s etc.||INR 5 to 7 Lacs|
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