The length of the program is affected by many variables, some of which cannot be foreseen. The program can take anywhere from 3.5 years to 6 years. Typically, students will complete the program within 4-5 years.
Typically, yes, however, there have been cases where students, for a variety of reasons, have not been published.
A competitive stipend is granted for incoming students.
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As can be expected with any PhD program, it will not be easy. The program requires intensive study in various fields, such as mathematical biology, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, nonlinear dynamical systems, signal processing, computer science and programming, and complex systems in general. Brain science is very interdisciplinary field, and thus dedicated study is required, and a grade of B or better is required for all graduate courses. In addition, students are expected to take on other extracurricular activities, such as campus Expos, other events on campus, as well as be present at talks, colloquia, and meetings.
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Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences
Florida Atlantic University
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