2024-2025 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
    Jul 24, 2024  
2024-2025 Undergraduate Course Catalog

Cognitive Science Minor

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Robert Van Gulick, Director
522 Hall of Languages

The minor in cognitive science offers study in recent interdisciplinary research on cognition. Relevant courses are offered in several departments and colleges, including College of Engineering and Computer Science and the linguistics, philosophy, and psychology departments within the College of Arts and Sciences. Students may pursue study in cognition science either by enrolling in the interdisciplinary minor or by majoring in selected studies in cognitive science (see selected studies). Faculty advisors are available within each of these units to help students plan a course of study.

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrated and complementary ways in which research in multiple disciplines study cognition.

2. Students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of research on cognition from at least three different disciplinary perspectives.

3. Students will be able to read original research reports on cognition and explain them to others both orally in writing.

Cognitive Science Minor Requirements

Additional Information

With the approval of the Cognitive Science minor advisor, students may substitute a three-credit section of COG 490, Independent Study in Cognitive Science, for one of the five courses.

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