Tailored to the individual student's area of interest, the cognitive science curriculum for this certificate is designed to provide broad as well as in-depth training in the cognitive sciences.
Graduate students in good standing in one of the following participating academic units may apply to earn a graduate certificate in cognitive science:
- Psychology and Neuroscience
- Computer Science
- Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences
- Integrative Physiology
- Architecture and Planning
- Information Science
Earning such a certificate can significantly enhance a student's academic knowledge and career choices.
To learn more about the certificate, visit the ICS website.
The graduate certificate consists of course requirements only.
|PSYC 6200/CSCI 6402/EDUC 6504/LING 6200/PHIL 6310||Issues and Methods in Cognitive Science||3|
|PSYC/LING 7775/CSCI 7772/EDUC 7775/SLHS 7775/PHIL 7810||Topics in Cognitive Science (2 semesters, 1 credit per semester)||2|
|Three cognitive science courses of 2 credit hours or more||6|
|One interdisciplinary course||2-3|
|Additional courses to complete the credit-hour requirement from at least two different departments outside of the student's home department|
To learn more about the program, visit the department's Cognitive Science Graduate Certificate webpage.