Advanced Electives

Other 300- and 400-level courses may be counted as advanced electives with consent of the cognitive science adviser. It is strongly recommended that students pursue independent study (399) in cognitive science or in one of the departments listed below. This course may count as an advanced elective. For students pursuing honors, the second quarter of the honors seminar (398-2) may count as an advanced elective.

  • Anthropology
    • Anthro 360 Language and Culture
    • Anthro 361 Talk as Social Action
    • Anthro 363 Language Variation and Change
    • Anthro 363 Pidgins, Creoles, and Languages in Contact
    • Anthro 377 Psychological Anthropology
    • Anthro 461 Methods of Linguistic Anthropology
  • Culture and Cognition
    • ANTHRO 389: Ethnographic Methods and Analysis
    • ANTHRO 390: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • ANTHRO 395: Field study in Anthropology
    • LOC 351: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • ECON 330-0 Behavioral Economics
    • CSD 309: Culture, Language and Learning
    • Psych 314: Behavioral Genetics
    • Psych 332: Native Americans and Environmental Decision Making
    • PSYCH 334: Language and Thought
    • PSYCH 344: Cultural Psych
    • LING 321: Bilingualism
    • LING 341: Language Typology
    • LING 342: Structure Of Various Languages
    • LOC 214: Culture and Cognition
    • LOC 351: Culture and Cognition
  • Artificial intelligence
    • EECS 325: Artificial Intelligence Programming
    • EECS 337: Natural language Processing
    • EECS 338: Practicum in Intelligent Information systems
    • EECS 344 (Design of Computer Problem Solvers)
    • EECS 348: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    • EECS 349: Machine learning
    • EECS 371: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
    • EECS 372/472: Designing and Constructing Models with Multi-Agent Languages
    • EECS 395: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • EECS 432: Advanced Computer Vision
  • Cognitive neuroscience
    • NEUROSCI 326: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
    • PSYCH 312-2: Physiological Psychology
    • PSYCH 321: Neuroscience and Behavior laboratory
    • PSYCH 324: Perception
    • PSYCH 358: Advanced seminar in Cognition or Neuroscience
    • Psych 361 Brain Damage & the Mind
    • PSYCH 363: Images of Cognition
    • PSYCH 364: topics in Cognitive Neuroscienc
    • PSYCH 365 Brain and Cognition
    • PSYCH 367 Consciousness
    • PSYCH 368 Human Memory
    • PSYCH 460: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • PSYCH 470: Special Topics: Brain, Behavior, Cognition
    • CSD 303: Brain and Cognition
    • CSD 310: Biological Foundations of speech and Music
    • BIOL SCI 302: Fundamentals of Neurobiology I
    • BIOL SCI 306: Fundamentals of Neurobiology II
    • BIOL SCI 314: Mind and Brain
    • BIOL SCI 326: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
    • BIOL SCI 377: Sensory Neurobiology
  • Cognitive psychology
    • PSYCH 333: Psychology of Thinking
    • PSYCH 334: Language and Thought
    • PSYCH 335: Decision Making
    • PSYCH 344: Cultural Psych
    • PSYCH 346: Psychology of Instructional Design & Technology
    • PSYCH 358: Advanced seminar in Cognition
    • PSYCH 361 Brain Damage & the Mind
    • PSYCH 362: Cognitive development
    • PSYCH 367: Consciousness
    • PSYCH 368: Human Memory
    • PSYCH 460: Special Topics
    •     (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • PSYCH 461: Reasoning and Representation
    • PSYCH 466: Analogy and Similarity
  • Communication sciences and disorders
    • CSD 301: Anatomy and Physiology of the Vocal Mechanism
    • CSD 303: Brain and Cognition
    • CSD 306: Psychoacoustics
    • CSD 309: Culture, Language and Learning
    • CSD 302: Anatomy and Physiology of the Peripheral Hearing Mechanism
    • CSD 310: Biological Foundations of Speech and Music
    • CSD 342: Typical and Atypical Development in Infants and Toddlers
    • CSD 369: Cognitive Neuroscience of Human Communication
    • CSD 373: Introduction to Learning Disabilities
    • CSD 376: Diagnostic and Remedial Approaches for Children with Learning
      Problems
    • CSD 382: Autism Spectrum Disorders
    • CSD 388: Attention Deficit Disorder and Related Disorders
    • CSD 392: Language Development And Usage
    • CSD 444: Development and Disorders of Mathematics
  • Learning and instruction
    • CSD 303: Brain and Cognition
    • CSD 306: Psychoacoustics
    • CSD 342: Typical and Atypical Development in Infants and Toddlers
    • SESP 351: Design of Learning Environments
    • CSD 373: Introduction to learning disabilities
    • CSD 376: Diagnostic and Remedial Approaches for Children with Learning
      Problems
    • CSD 392: Language Development and Usage
    • CSD 444: Development and Disorders of Mathematics
    • LOC 313: Special Topics
    •      (if not counted as a core course);
    • LRN SCI 401: Knowledge Representation for the Learning Sciences
    • LRN SCI 425: Introduction to Design for the Learning Sciences
    • LRN SCI 426: Technological Tools for Thinking and Learning
    • LRN SCI 429: Design of Learning Environments
    • LRS SCI 451: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • PSYCH 358: Conceptual Change and Learning
  • Music cognition
    • MUS THRY 251: Music and Mind
    • MUS THRY 336 / 436: Special Topics
    •      (varies by Section, check with Director of Undergraduate Studies)
    • MUSIC ED 437: Psychology of Music Teaching & Learning
  • Philosophy
    • PHIL 255: Theory of Knowledge
    • PHIL 325: Philosophy of Mind
    • PHIL 327: Philosophy of Psychology
    • PHIL 330: Practical reasoning and Choice
    • PHIL 335: Scientific Method in the Social Sciences
    • PHIL 350: Advanced Logic
    • PHIL 353: Philosophy of Language
    • PHIL 426: Seminar in Philosophy of Mind
  • Linguistics
    • LING 300: Language And Technology
    • LING 310: Psycholinguistics
    • LING 311: Child Language
    • LING 321: Bilingualism
    • LING 330: Research Methods In Linguistics
    • LING 331: Formal Foundations Of Linguistic Theory
    • LING 333: Methods in Developmental Linguistics
    • LING 334: Intro To Computational Linguistics
    • LING 341: Language Typology
    • LING 342: Structure Of Various Languages
    • LING 350: Fundamentals Of Laboratory Phonology
    • LING 360: Fundamentals Of Syntax
    • LING 361: Morphology
    • LING 370: Fundamentals Of Meaning
    • LING 371: Reference
    • LING 372: Pragmatics
    • LING 373: Implicature