Neuroeconomics is a field of study investigating the processes underlying choice behavior by applying formal mathematical and computational models of decision making to the analysis and interpretation of neuroimaging data. The Neuroeconomics Certificate aims to provide students with the tools needed to analyze, interpret, and apply neuroscientific data in order to understand real-world decisions. The program is suitable 1) for students who have some knowledge of statistics and programming but who do not necessarily use this knowledge on a day-to-day basis or 2) for students with advanced quantitative skills who aim to learn how those skills can be applied to neuroscience research. Available to master’s and doctoral students, the program is administered through the College of Science’s Dean’s Office.
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