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Graduate Program

The University of Windsor offers a graduate program in Behaviour and Neuroscience.  This is a stream within the Biological Sciences graduate program at the University of Windsor. Research groups work on diverse topics from the study of animal and human behaviour to the function of sensory systems, central processing and molecular and biochemical neuroscience. 

This program is offered through the MSc Biological Sciences and PhD Biological Sciences research degrees in collaboration with the Department of Integrative Biology and the Department of Biomedical Sciences. Please visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies for more information about admission requirements, tuition fees and applications.


MSc Biological Sciences - Neuroscience and Behaviour

Students perform a research project with a faculty supervisor over a two-year period.  Students also take graduate level courses, perform graduate assistantship (GA) duties in undergraduate courses and participate in a seminar series. Research areas of the faculty can be found on our Faculty overview page.

PhD Biological Sciences - Neuroscience and Behaviour

Students perform an independent research project with a faculty supervisor over a four year period.  Students also take graduate level courses, perform graduate assistantship (GA) duties in undergraduate courses and participate in a seminar series. Research areas of the faculty can on our Faculty overview page.