In 2013, the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Cognitive Neuroscience) degree was launched. This is a unique opportunity to study a major (APA accredited) in psychology, along with a major in cognitive neuroscience; allowing students to not only learn about behaviour, but how the brain generates thought and action, and how our environment can alter brain structure and function. If you are interested in the course, more information can be found here.
Psychology students at UniSA can study a third year elective course in cognitive neuroscience. You can find out more about the course here. Each year students in the course run, analyse and write up a cognitive neuroscience experiment.
Members of the inaugural Cognitive Neuroscience Class in March 2012 in their lecture theatre.