The Institute of Neurobiology hosts three graduate programs: a Master of Science (Neurobiology) degree, a Doctorate in Biomedical Sciences, and a Doctorate in Psychology. In these programs the student specializes in the nervous system through formal courses and seminars, and at the same time he/she starts an original research project under the close supervision of a faculty mentor.

The Institute of Neurobiology has a teaching and research staff that belongs to the National Scientific Research System (SNI) and is acknowledged at national and international levels. Furthermore, the Institute has modern and spacious facilities to carry out research with international standards.

Based on their quality and level of scientific production, the three programs have been certified
by the National Postgraduate Census of the National Council of Science and Technology
(CONACyT) in the category of Competent at the International Level, and as a consequence,
students have access to scholarships, provided they comply with the requirements of the
public announcement.

Master of Science (Neurobiology)
Admission Requirements

1. A Bachelor’s Degree in a field of study relevant to Neurobiology, such as biology, health science, exact sciences, behavioral science, humanities, or another area considered acceptable by the Academic Committee. 
2. An undergraduate GPA of 8/10.
3. The applicant must be able to commit full time to the Graduate Program.
4. The applicant must pass a diagnostic and general knowledge examination. 
5. After fulfilling the prior requirement the applicant will be called for an interview before the Admissions Committee.
6. If the applicant is not a native Spanish speaker, he/she must accredit a proficient level of Spanish.
7. The applicant must present all required documentation: completed form with personal data,
cover letter expressing the reasons for his/her interest in this program, curriculum vitae,
Bachelor´s Degree official certificate, official school transcripts, and copy of birth certificate.