Cognitive Science Minor
The minor in cognitive science broadens the academic background of students majoring in related fields, providing them with the methods and foundations for understanding cognitive issues in an interdisciplinary framework.
|Minor Requirements (8 units)|
|2 introductory courses chosen from:|
|Introduction to Cognitive Modeling|
|Language and the Brain|
|Learning, Representation & Reasoning|
|2 basic methodology courses, at least 1 from outside the student’s major, chosen from:|
|Statistical Methods in Psychology|
|Research Methods in Psychology|
|Introduction to Computer Programming|
|Fundamentals of Computer Programming|
|4 additional courses:|
Must be chosen from at least two areas. (For available areas, see the advanced electives for the major.)
At least 3 must be at the 300 level.
At least 3 must be outside the student’s major department or program.
At least 1 must be chosen from the core courses listed in the cognitive science major requirements.