Cognitive science is a multidisciplinary field investigating cognition or thought. Cognitive scientists examine the structures and processes that underlie a creature’s ability to think and reason. They also explore such closely related cognitive phenomena as perception, recognition, memory, communication, and consciousness. They do so through an integration of perspectives and methodologies from a variety of disciplines, from anthropology and biology to linguistics and music theory. The goal of the minor is to provide students with an opportunity to engage with the questions, methods, and results of cognitive science.
- NSCI 201 - The Brain: An Introduction to Neuroscience 4 credits
- PSYC 207 - Memory 4 credits
- PSYC 209 - Complex Cognition 4 credits
- NSCI 360 - Cognitive Neuroscience 4 credits