Cognitive Science, Minor
Cognitive science is the empirical study of intelligent systems, including the human mind. An interdisciplinary science, it combines results from biology, computer science, linguistics, mathematics, neuroscience, philosophy and psychology to the study of language processing, perception, action, learning, concept formation, inference and other activities of the mind, with applications for information technology and the study of artificial intelligence.
|COGS 001/CIS 140/LING 105/PHIL 044/PSYC 207||Introduction to Cognitive Science||1|
|Select one course each from three of the following areas:||3|
|Introduction to Experimental Psychology|
|Language and Thought|
|Introduction to Computer Programming|
|Programming Languages and Techniques I|
|Formal Logic I|
|Introduction to Linguistics|
|Introduction to Formal Linguistics|
|History of Modern Philosophy|
|Introduction to Philosophy of Mind|
|Philosophy of Language|
|Philosophy of Psychology|
|Introduction to Brain and Behavior|
|Select two courses from a single concentration: 1||2|
Computation and Cognition
Language and Mind
|Total Course Units||6|
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