About the Program
This program is not open for direct admission. The Master of Science in Decision Neuroscience is awarded to a student enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Decision Neuroscience who successfully completes 30 credits of required coursework but chooses to not continue in the PhD program.
General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 30
|BA 9813||Problem Solving using Quantitative Research Methods||3|
|MKTG 9090||Sem-Sel Topics in Mktg 1||3|
|PSY 8310||Topical Seminar in Cognitive Psychology (2 courses) 2||6|
|Course in decision neuroscience||3|
|Proseminar in decision neuroscience||3|
|Select four from the following:||12|
|Integrative Perspectives on Business Knowledge|
|Advanced Quantitative Research Methods|
|Problem Solving using Qualitative Research Methods|
|Hierarchical Linear Modeling|
|Behavioral Science Seminar|
|Seminar on Behavioral Research in Marketing|
|Core Course in Cognitive Psychology|
|Core Course in Behavioral Neuroscience|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
The select topic for this course is an introduction to research in judgment and decision-making and their applications.
PSY 8310 Topical Seminar in Cognitive Psychology is taken twice for credit. One course topic provides an introduction to the biological bases of higher brain function, including attention, consciousness, emotion, executive functions, language, memory and perception. The other provides an overview of the use of functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) in the investigation of human sensory, motor and cognitive function.