Minor in Computation and Cognition

Established by the School of Psychology in collaboration with the College of Computing and with support from the Schools of Physics and Mathematics, the Minor in Computation and Cognition is a highly interdisciplinary program that combines advanced computational training with the study of human cognition. Students will learn about the computational mechanisms underlying human cognition and use computational methods to better understand human cognition.

Cognition Core
PSYC 3012Introduction to Cognitive Psychology3
Computation Core3
Psychological Statistics
Differential Equations
Data Structures and Algorithms for Applications
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Computation Elective3
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Introduction to Perception and Robotics
Robot Intelli Planning
Introduction to Computer Vision
Machine Learning
Natural Language Understanding
Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
Cognition Elective3
Human Language Processing
Sensation and Perception
Learning and Memory
Cognitive Neuroscience
Neuroscience of Memory
Introduction to Cognitive Science
Human Abilities
Applied Experimental Psychology
Total Credit Hours12