Cognitive Science 1: Introduction to Cognitive Science - What you should do depends on your status. Click here for more info.
CogSci Advising Office Closing Early, Tomorrow, Friday, September 23rd
We have a new addition to our website!
Now you can see which courses are both L&S Breadth requirements and fulfill the Cognitive Science major requirements. Go on over to our Resources menu option and click "L&S Breaths and Cognitive Science: Overlapping Courses"
If you are receiving a cryptic error message for a cog sci class saying that there is no waitlist for the class, or that the class is full, try changing the discussion section/lab in which you are enrolled. In some cases this can help you get on the waitlist.
The Cognitive Science Program at Berkeley offers undergraduates the opportunity to explore the mind in interdisciplinary perspective. Courses in the program draw on psychology, linguistics, computer science, philosophy, neuroscience, and anthropology, among other fields, to illuminate how the human mind works, and why it works the way it does.
Many influential ideas within cognitive science originated at Berkeley. The program draws on over forty affiliated faculty from a variety of departments, and is closely integrated with cognitive science research efforts across the campus.
The Cognitive Science Program is an undergraduate program. There is no minor. For graduate study, see here.