Neuropsychology Track

Degree Programs

Each of these program may be completed in 12 months or less:

MASTER’S DEGREE AND BOARD CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER (10 Courses)
Board Certified Practitioner (BCPHB) and Master of Neuropsychology (MNP)
Educational Prerequisite is Bachelor Degree in any field or equivalent
Investment: 

PHD AND BOARD CERTIFIED DIPLOMATE (10 Courses)
Board Certified Diplomate (BCDNP) and Doctor of Philosophy – Neuropsychology (PHD)
Educational Prerequisite is Master’s Degree in any field or equivalent
Investment: 

Graduate Certification Programs

BOARD CERTIFIED MASTER OF Neuropsychology (BCMNP) (5 Courses)
Educational Prerequisite is Bachelor Degree in any field or equivalent
Investment: 

BOARD CERTIFIED DOCTOR OF Neuropsychology (BCDNP) (5 Courses)
Educational Prerequisite is Master’s Degree in any field or equivalent
Investment: 

Monthly payment plans are available for the asking with a $50 service charge per month.

Curriculum

Section 1. Understanding the Mysteries of Human Behavior

Section 2. Evolutionary Psychology I: The Science of Human Nature I

Section 3. Evolutionary Psychology II: The Science of Human Nature II

Section 4. Mind and Body: Everyday Application from Mind-Brain Research: The Owner’s Manual for the Brain

Section 5. Change Your Brain, Change Your Life by Daniel Amen, MD

Section 6. Science of Birth Order:

The science of birth order is a system of thought used to explain human behavior based on family dynamics and sibling rivalry which have powerful psychological, sociological, and historical implications. Born to Rebel: Birth Order, Family Dynamics, and Creative Lives by Frank Sulloway, PhD.

Section 7. Science of Gender Differences:

The science of gender differences is a system of thought used to teach people about the evolutionary differences between male and female thought patterns and behaviors. Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps by Barbara and Allan Pease.

Section 8. The Male Brain

Section 9. The Female Brain

Section 10. The Neurology of Belief II: Why We Believe What We Believe: Uncovering Our Biological Need for Meaning, Spirituality, and Truth by Andrew Newberg, MD