Extent: 20 - 25 credits
Teacher in charge: Lauri Parkkonen
Target group: Anyone interested in understanding the basics of human neurocognitive functions.
Application procedure: Open for all students of Aalto University
Quotas and restrictions: No quotas
Prerequisites: No prerequisites for the minor as a whole, some courses may have their own prerequisites.
Content and structure of the minor
To provide students with the basics of human neurocognitive functions. Such knowledge is useful, e.g. in developing new types of human-computer interfaces and health technology applications.
The minor includes 10 credits of compulsory courses and 10 - 15 credits of elective courses. Suitable elective courses can be selected from the list below.
Structure of the minor
Structure and Functions of the
10 - 15
Select as many courses as needed to fulfill the 20 - 25 credit requirement
Principles of Biomedial Imaging
Functional brain Imaging
Special Assignment in Human Neuroscience
5 - 10
Advanced Course on Human Neuroscience
|Social interaction and its biological foundations *|
*The course is lectured in the University of Helsinki