The Master of Science in Behavioural Neuroscience at University College Dublin provides students with a comprehensive education in the study of behaviour, cognition, and neurobiological processes. This one-year program offers a unique blend of coursework covering topics such as the neurophysiology of learning, psychopharmacology, and clinical neuropsychology. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory-based courses and research projects that focus on topics such as animal models of cognitive dysfunction, brain imaging techniques, and neurotransmitter systems. Graduates from this program will be well prepared for careers in academia or industry settings working on projects related to neuroscience research, behavioural therapy, or pharmaceuticals development. With an emphasis on understanding the underlying neural mechanisms of behaviour and cognition, graduates from this program will have the skills needed to make meaningful contributions towards improving human health outcomes.