Minor Requirements

REQUIRED COURSES

26 credits (four six-credit courses plus one two-credit lab course)

Course Grade(s) Credits Completed
CGSC 130   6  
Two of the following:
LING 115
CS 111
PHIL 210
  6x2=12  
CGSC 232/233 or PSYCH232/233   8  

Total specified credits: 26

ELECTIVE COURSES

24 credits (four courses) from the list below. At least one must be a 300-level course.

Course Term Grade(s) Credits Completed
         
         
         
         

Total elective credits: 24

TOTAL CREDITS: 50

Elective Courses: 24 credits from the following list. At least one must be a 300-level course.

To ensure sufficient interdisciplinarity, no more than four courses may be taken from any one department or program.

  • BIOL 365 Seminar:  Special Topics in Neuroscience
  • BIOL 368 Seminar: Developmental Neurobiology (not offered in 2017-18)
  • BIOL 379 Seminar: Behavioral Genetics (not offered in 2017-18)
  • BIOL 386 Neurobiology
  • CGSC 100 Cognitive Development in Childhood
  • CGSC 100 How We Make Important Decisions (not offered in 2017-18)
  • CGSC 236 Thinking, Reasoning, and Decision Making
  • CGSC 340 Phenomenology and Cognitive Science (not offered in 2017-18)
  • CGSC 386 Adolescent Cognitive Development: Developing an Identity and Life Plans
  • CS 254 Computability and Complexity
  • CS 321 Artificial Intelligence
  • CS 322 Natural Language Processing (not offered in 2017-18)
  • CS 328 Computational Models of Cognition (not offered in 2017-18)
  • CS 344 Human-Computer Interaction
  • CS 361 Evolutionary Computing and Artificial Life (not offered in 2017-18)
  • ECON 265 Game Theory and Economic Applications (not offered in 2017-18)
  • ECON 266 Experimental Economics (not offered in 2017-18)
  • ECON 267 Behavioral Economics
  • EDUC 234 Educational Psychology
  • LING 216 Generative Approaches to Syntax
  • LING 217 Phonetics and Phonology
  • LING 265 Language and Brain (not offered in 2017-18)
  • LING 275 First Language Acquisition (not offered in 2017-18)
  • LING 280 Field Methods in Linguistics
  • LING 285 Japanese Linguistics in Kyoto Seminar: The Linguistics of the Japanese Writing System
  • LING 315 Topics in Syntax (not offered in 2017-18)
  • LING 316 Topics in Morphology (not offered in 2017-18)
  • LING 317 Topics in Phonology (not offered in 2017-18)
  • LING 325 Syntax of an Unfamiliar Language
  • LING 340 Topics in Semantics
  • MUSC 227 Perception and Cognition of Music (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 100 Science, Faith and Rationality
  • PHIL 112 Mind, Matter, Consciousness (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 212 Epistemology (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 223 Philosophy of Language (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 225 Philosophy of Mind
  • PHIL 228 Heaps of Liars: Logic, Language, and Metaphysics (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 235 Analytic Philosophy's Greatest Hits (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 246 Probability: The Very Guide of Life
  • PHIL 301 Irrationality (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PHIL 372 Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 216 Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSYC 220 Sensation and Perception
  • PSYC 234 Psychology of Language (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 238 Memory Processes
  • PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 258 Social Cognition (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 267 Clinical Neuroscience (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 362 Psychology of Spoken Words (not offered 2017-18)
  • PSYC 366 Cognitive Neuroscience (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 371 Evolutionary and Developmental Trends in Cognition
  • PSYC 372 Perceptual & Cognitive Expertise (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 374 Applying Cognitive Psychology to Education
  • PSYC 375 Language and Deception (not offered in 2017-18)
  • PSYC 378 Consciousness (not offered in 2017-18)
  • SOAN 260 Myth, Ritual, and Symbolism (not offered in 2017-18)