This course is designed to equip professionals working in a range of fields with a basic knowledge of modern neuroscience delivered in a context relevant to their professional practice. Students will be enrolled in Flinders University, however, the course is being taught by exceptional lecturers from Flinders University, the University of South Australia and Adelaide University.
The overall educational aim of the program is to provide a framework for:
(1) understanding the principles of modern neuroscience;
(2) critically appraising the neuroscientific literature as it applies to learning; and
(3) application of the principles of neuroscience to understanding classroom practice and behaviour.
The course is currently only offered on a part-time basis and is usually taken in 2 semesters, comprising of 4 core topics.
To learn more about what this course entails, please click on the course title.