Cognitive Science Concentration (5 course version)

5 Course Concentrations >> Cognitive Science

[updated October 18, 2017 - clarified in preamble that PHIL 167D is an option for the philosophical core requirement for this concentration]

Students taking this concentration must take a course in the Phil 180-series (philosophy of mind and language) or PHIL 106A or 167D to fulfill the Philosophical Foundations Level 3 core requirement. Courses taken from below to fulfill the five-course concentration requirement may not be double counted with courses taken for the core (except for the Advanced Small Seminar requirement). NOTE: Bold italicized courses have been approved as Advanced Small Seminar Options.

  1. Cognitive Neuroscience. One course. For example:
  2. Empirical Methods. One course. For example:

NOTE: If STATS 110 is completed for the core, this requirement may be replaced by a fourth course from area 3 below or by 3-4 units of graded laboratory research in cognition.

  1. Three additional courses chosen across and/or within the following five categories:
    1. Language. For example:
    2. Perception. For example:
    3. Higher Cognition. For example:
    4. Neuroscience. For example:
    5. Theoretical Foundations. For example:

 

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