Learn more about the Master’s degree program in Mind, Brain and Education at The University of Texas at Arlington.
The program requires 36 credits or 12 courses. 9 of the courses are required. They are all offered in the early evenings from 5:30 to 8:20.
Our work at the SW Center for Mind, Brain and Education seeks to advance the quality of teaching based upon insights gained from the cognitive and neural sciences as well as contribute to research in this new and evolving field.
We build collaborative research relationships with schools, develop research trajectories that profit from the strengths of our faculty and students and maintain a working and teaching laboratory for researchers and graduate students.
Neuroscience of typical and atypical language development
Neuroscience of typical and atypical mathematical reasoning
Complex dynamic systems
EEG research methodology
2. Individual work:
Research-based capstone project
encouraged – Conference presentations
encouraged – Publishing in peer-reviewed journals
For more information on the Mind, Brain, and Education Master’s degree, please contact Dr. Marc Schwartz