Have been interested lately in finding good course sites for self-study on computational neuroscience. Found this through Curtis Baker: Neural Computation 298 at Berkeley, by Olshausen (of Field and Olshausen 1996 fame). Very interesting material there, good sample code, challenging assignments, assigned readings, the whole works.
I’m also mentioning in the same breath the site for a class I’m currently taking, Computational Perception (COMP 646) at McGill by Michael Langer. He has some great lecture notes. The vision stuff is particularly interesting. Nothing you couldn’t get through reading papers but I find you lack perspective when just reading papers upon papers.