Bachelor of Cognitive Science Carleton University Undergraduate
Cognitive science involves the study of cognition, perception, and emotion from a wide range of perspectives. Despite the many different methodologies they use, cognitive scientists are united in their interest in the mind—and the brain.
Researchers in our program (students and faculty members) study the mind by combining the methods and theories of five disciplines: psychology, philosophy, linguistics, neuroscience, and computer science. This interdisciplinary approach allows unique insights into human understanding, thought, perception, language, and emotion.
The Bachelor of Cognitive Science is offered as an Honors program with either a thesis or coursework option and as a three-year degree.
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