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The bachelor's programme «Cognitive Neurobiology» is structured according to the following modules:

 General disciplines: Life Safety, Physical Education, Economics and Law.

 Professional module (Major), basic and basic profile part – consists of four blocks:

Block Mathematics:

  • Mathematical Analysis,
  • Linear Algebra,
  • Differential Equations,
  • Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics.


Block Chemistry:

  • General and Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Biochemistry,
  • Neurochemistry.


Block Biology:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology,
  • Basics of Cytology,
  • Zoology of Invertebrates,
  • Zoology of Vertebrates,
  • Cell Biology: Basics of Bioprocesses,
  • Morphology of the Nervous System,
  • Human Physiology with Biophysics Basics.


Block Neurobiology:

  • Genetics,
  • Psychophysiology,
  • Neurophysiology of Development and its Disorders,
  • Biophysics,
  • Modelling of Behavioural and Neural Processes,
  • Cognitive and Affective Processes,
  • Applied Neuroscience.


Professional module (Major), the variable part– consists of disciplines that students choose independently in accordance with the individual study pathway:

Block of Elective Disciplines (3rd year):

  • Research and Data Analysis Methods for Cognitive Sciences,
  • Behavioural Genetics and Neurogenetics,
  • Psychology and Psychophysiology of Sports,
  • Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning.


Block of Elective Disciplines (4th year):

  • Clinical Psychophysiology,
  • Modern Methods of Neuroimaging,
  • Psychology and Neurophysiology of Language and Speech.


Additional module (Minor): an academic cycle representing an additional study pathway beyond the main study area.

Practical module: internships, projects and research work (including the research seminars) throughout study.

Block Research Seminars:

  • Current Issues of Cognitive Neuroscience,                                                                 
  • Introduction to Experimental Science,                                                    
  • Introduction to Neurobiology,
  • Introduction to Computer Science and Programming.


English Language module:

  • Independent English Language Examination (compulsory),
  • Internal English Language Examination (compulsory),
  • Preparation and Defence of Project Proposal on the Topic of BC`s Thesis in English (compulsory),
  • English Language (optional),
  • Academic Writing in English (optional).


Data Culture module:

  • Data analysis using Python,
  • Independent Examination in Data Analysis. Basic level,
  • Independent Examination in Programming. Basic level,
  • Bioinformatics,                                                                              
  • Independent examination in digital literacy.


Module of the State Final Assessment:

Defence of the final qualification work.