Major in Cognitive Systems: Mind, Language & Computation

For a program description and admission requirements, see Cognitive Systems (Arts).

First Year – total of 32 credits

•    Six credits of philosophy courses at the 100 level (6)1
•    PSYC 100 (6) or both of PSYC 101 (3) and PSYC 102 (3)
•    CPSC 110 (4)
•    CPSC 121 (4)2
•    ASTU 150 plus 3 credits of first-year English (6)1
•    Electives (6)4

Second Year – total of 30 credits

•    COGS 200 (3)
•    PHIL 220 (3) or PHIL 320 (3)4
•    PHIL 240 (3)
•    PSYC 304 (3) or PSYC 309 (3)
•    LING 100 (3) or LING 201 (3)
•    STAT 200 or STAT 241 or PSYC 218 (3)
•    Electives (12)3

Third and Fourth Year – total of 58 credits

•    COGS 300  (3)
•    COGS 303  (3)
•    COGS 401  (3)
•    COGS 402  (3)
•    PSYC 365  (3)
•    PHIL 451  (3)
•    Cognitive systems module courses numbered 300 or higher (chosen from this list), at least 6 credits of which must be from PHIL modules (21)
•    Electives (19)3

1This requirement can be waived for students in the 18-credit Arts One Program or Coordinated Arts Program.
2Students taking the 18-credit Arts One or Coordinated Arts Programs may take CPSC 110 and CPSC 121 in their second year.
3In each year of study, electives should be chosen from the list of Cognitive Systems module courses. Courses that are listed as required cannot also be credited as elective courses.
4The prerequisite of PHIL 220 may be waived for PHIL 320 with the consent of the instructor.

 
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