Each college has specific requirements, and students should consult with an academic advisor in their provost’s office as well as a cognitive science advisor to be sure they fulfill requirements of the college and of the department.
To receive a minor in Cognitive Science, a student must complete a total of 7 (four-unit) courses; 5 of which must be upper-division. All courses must be taken for letter grade, with at least a C- earned in each one. We suggest the following courses to give you the best understanding of the discipline of Cognitive Science:
Choose ONE from this group:
AND choose ONE from this group:
Choose any Three course of the following:
AND Choose Two additional upper-division electives from the following:
Note: only 1 course of Cogs 160 may be used as an elective to satisfy the requirements for the minor