College of Arts and Humanities
Department of Philosophy
Psychology Building (PSY), 220
Program Director, Cognitive Sciences Minor: Dr. Jennifer Mundale
The cognitive sciences minor provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of mind, brain, and cognition, broadly construed. It complements the background of students intending to pursue graduate degrees in cognitive sciences, computer science, philosophy, psychology, biology, neuroscience, and medicine, as well as students with more immediate career goals in fields such as neural network modeling, neuroimaging, information technology, clinical or counseling psychology, biotechnology, and others.
Minor Admission Requirements
- Note: It is the student’s responsibility to complete satisfactorily all prerequisite courses prior to registering for each course. Students must check the most current catalog before registering, and abide by the prerequisites in effect at that time.