Cognitive science is the study of the mind – thought, learning and mental organization – through the integrated use of methods and concepts from various disciplines, including psychology, philosophy, computer science, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, mathematics, linguistics, biology and anthropology.

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The cognitive science program provides students with a layered curriculum that balances exposure to a broad range of concepts and methods for studying the cognition, alongside the opportunity to pursue specific disciplines in depth. The program culminates in an integrative capstone course.

Course requirements may be viewed through the university course bulletin at this link. Please visit the major's website here for news and additional details.