The Master of Science in Clinical Neuroscience is designed for learners who already possess a bachelor’s degree or higher. The curriculum will include courses in human neurobiology, the management of specific neurological disorders, harm prevention, professional communications, and emerging themes in the clinical neurosciences. All courses will be taught by experts with a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in the relevant domain, or a professional degree plus an advanced qualification in a relevant domain (e.g., a fellowship or graduate degree). The elective Clinical Residency course will expose students to complex cases not typically seen in community-based primary care practices, such as traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, paraplegia and the sequelae to limb amputations. The degree program will prepare graduates for positions in healthcare and healthcare education where they would function as clinicians, clinical consultants, and educators.