Cog Sci Courses by Term

Cog Sci Courses by Term

Spring 2019

Lower Division Courses

  • Cog Sci 1: Introduction to Cognitive Science (4) Li

  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Sun

  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Gomez

  • CS 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Garcia

  • Engin 7: Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Sengupta

  • Stat/Info/CS C8: Foundations of Data Science (4) Fithian & Adhikara

  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Ribet

  • CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Ayazifar & Rao

Distribution Group Courses

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Psych 114: Biology of Learning (3) Wilbrecht

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C126/ Psych C126: Perception (3) Whitney

  • Linguis C146/ Psych 143: Language Acquisition (3) Srinivasan

  • Psych 140: Developmental Psychology (3) Gopnik

  • Psych 147: Methods in Cognitive Development (3) Kidd

Computational Modeling:

  • Cog Sci 131: Computational Models of Cognition (4) Piantadosi

  • CS 188: Intro to Artificial Intelligence (4) Levine & Russell

Linguistics:

  • Cog Sci C101/Linguis C105: The Mind & Language (4) Sweetser

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Lin

Philosophy:

  • Philos 3: The Nature of Mind (4) Campbell
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Holliday

  • Philos 25B: Modern Philosophy (4) Primus

  • Classic 36: Greek Philosophy (4) Magrin
  • Philos 122: Theory of Knowledge (4) Holliday

  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Ginsborg

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Educ 140AC: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull

  • Educ W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull

  • Psych 160: Social Psychology (3) Mauss

  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers

  • Info 103: History of Information (3) Nunberg, Duguid [Note* this course should appear in the schedule of classes before Phase 1 begins]

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective. Please keep in mind this is not the complete list of electives.

  • Anthro 160AC: Forms of Folklore (4) Briggs (Fulfills Arts & Literature, Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Anthro 169C: Research Theory and Methods in Linguistic Anthropology (4) Hanks
  • Cog Sci C101/Linguis C105: The Mind & Language (4) Sweetser (Fulfills Philosophy & Value, Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Cog Sci 131: Computational Models of Cognition (4) Piantadosi

  • Cog Sci C126/ Psych C126: Perception (3) Whitney (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)

  • Cog Sci 190: Special Topics in Cognitive Science (3) Glushko

  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Hartmann

  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Trevisan & Raghavendra

  • CS 186: Intro to Database Systems (4) Hellerstein

  • CS 188: Intro to Artificial Intelligence (4) Levine & Russell

  • CS 189: Intro to Machine Learning (4) Shewchuk

  • CS 288: Natural Language Processing (4) Klein

  • CS C100: Principles & Techniques of Data Science (4) DeNero & Dudoit

  • Educ 130: Knowing & Learning in Mathematics & Science (3) Abrahamson (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Educ 140AC: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth; Fulfills American Cultures Requirement)

  • Educ W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth; Fulfills American Cultures Requirement)

  • Indeng 170: Industrial Design and Human Factors (3)  Harris-Adamson

  • Info 103: History of Information (3) Nunberg, Duguid [Note* this course should appear in the schedule of classes before Phase 1 begins]

  • Info C167/ Sociol C167: Virtual Communities/ Social Media (4) Bakehorn

  • Integbi C143B/ Psych C116: Hormones and Behavior (3) Kriegsfeld

  • Linguis 100: Intro to Linguistic Science (4) Lin (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Linguis 120: Syntax (4) Jenks (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Linguis 170: History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of a Particular Language (3) Garrett (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Linguis C105/ Cog Sci C101: Cognitive Linguistics (4) Sweetser (Fulfills Philosophy & Value, Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Linguis C146/ Psych C143: Language Acquisition (3) Srinivasan (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Media Studies 101: Visual Communications (4) Jackson (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Media Studies 104B: The History of Journalism (3) Davis (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences, Historical Studies Breadth)

  • Molecular & Cell Biology 161: Circuit, Systems and Behavioral Neuroscience (4) Feldman, Dan, Scott

  • Molecular & Cell Biology 165: Neurobiology of Disease (3) Bateup, Ball, Lammel

  • Molecular & Cell Biology 160L: Neurobiology Laboratory (4) Ball, Brohawn, Feller

  • Native American Studies 151: Native American Philosophy (4) Pearson (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • New Media 190: Special Topics in New Media (4) Garcia

  • Philos 122: Theory of Knowledge (4) Holliday (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Ginsborg (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • Philos 140B: Intermediate Logic (4) Mancosu (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • PolSci 161: Public Opinion, Voting and Participation (4) Middleton (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • PolSci 164A: Political Psychology and Involvement (4) Stoker (Fulfills Philosophy & Value Breadth)

  • Psych 110: Introduction to Biological Psychology (3) Foster (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences, Biological Science Breadth)

  • Psych 114: Biology of Learning (3) Wilbrecht (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)

  • Psych 130: Clinical Psychology (3) Kring (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Psych 131: Developmental Psychopathology (3) TDB 
  • Psych 135: Treating Mental Illness: Development, Evaluation, and Dissemination (3) Harvey

  • Psych 140: Developmental Psychology (3) Gopnik (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Psych 150: Psychology of Personality (3) John (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Psych 160: Social Psychology (3) Mauss (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Rhetor 103B: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory II (4) Esmeir (Fulfills Arts & Literature, Philosophy & Values Breadth)

  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Sociol 166: Society and Technology (4) Huang (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

  • Stat 133: Concepts in Computing with Data (3) Trujillo

 

Fall 2018

Lower Division Courses

  • Cog Sci 1: Introduction to Cognitive Science (3) Li
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Paulin; Bamler
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Talaska
  • CS 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) DeNero
  • Engin 7: Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Papadopoulos
  • Stat/CS C8: Foundations of Data Science (4) Wagner & Adhikari
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Haiman
  • CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Sinclair

Distribution Group Courses 

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Anthro 107: Evolution of the Human Brain (4) Deacon
  • Psych 117: Human Neuropsychology (3) D'Esposito
  • Cog Sci C127/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Gallant
  • Psych 133: Psychology of Sleep (3) Walker

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Psych 140: Developmental Psychology (3) Xu 

Computational Modeling:

  • CS 188: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (4) Russell

Linguistics:

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Jenks

Philosophy:

  • Philos 3: The Nature of Mind (4) Noe**
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Mancosu**
  • Philos 25A: Ancient Philosophy (4) Clarke**
  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Martin
  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) Campbell

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST  finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Econ 119: Psychology and Economics (4) Taubinsky
  • Educ 140AC/W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull
  • Ling 150: Socioloinguistics (3) Instructor TBA
  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers

 ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective. Please keep in mind this is not the complete list of electives. 

  • Anthro 107: Evolution of the Human Brain (4) Deacon (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)
  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Paulos
  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Chiesa, Rao
  • CS 176: Algorithms for Computational Biology (4) Yosef, Nir
  • CS 186: Introduction to Database Systems (4) Instructor TBA
  • CS 189: Introduction to Machine Learning (4) Hardt, Recht
  • Linguis 110: Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology (4) Johnson (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Linguis 121: Logical Semantics (4) Deal (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Linguis 130: Comparative and Historical Linguistics (4) Garrett (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Linguis 150: Sociolinguistics (4) Intructor TBA (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Linguis 170: History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of a Particular Language (3) Beier (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • MCB 160: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (4) Bateup, Ngai, Feller 
  • MCB 166: Biophysical Neurobiology (3) Elul, Miller
  • Mediast 102: Effects of Mass Media (4) Timke (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Music 108/108M: Music Perception and Cognition (3) Gygi (Fulfills Arts & Literature Breadth)
  • Music 109/109M: Music Cognition: The Mind Behind the Musical Ear (3) Bamberger (Fulfills Arts & Literature Breadth)
  • Philos 153: Chinese Philosophy (4) Shun
  • Philos 178: Kant (4) Warren (Fulfills Historical Studies, Philosophy and Values Breadth) 
  • Psych 110: Introduction to Biological Psychology (3) Wallis, Joni (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)
  • Psych 117: Human Neuropsychology (3) D'Esposito (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)
  • Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Gallant, Jack
  • Psych 130: Clinical Psychology (3) Bishop (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Psych 133: Psychology of Sleep (3) Walker (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)
  • Psych 144: Emerging Adulthood (3) Bayne (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Psych 150: Psychology of Personality (3) John (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Psych C162: Human Happiness (3) Keltner (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Psych 167AC: Stigma and Prejudice (3) Okonofua (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Rhetoric 103A: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory (4) Naddaff (Fulfills Arts & Literature Breadth) 
  • Stat 133: Concepts in Computing with Data (3) Sanchez Trujillo

 

Summer 18

Lower Division Courses: 

  • Cog Sci N1: Introduction to Cognitive Science (3) Li (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Comp Sci 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Instructor TBA (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Comp Sci 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Instructor TBA (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Engin W7: Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Instructor TBA (Session B, 10 week session)
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Instructors TBA (Session C, 8 week session) Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Instructors TBA (Session C, 8 week session) Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Instructors TBA (Session C, 8 week session)
  • MCB W61: Brain, Mind, and Behavior (3) Presti (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • MCB C64: Exploring the Brain: Intro to Neuroscience (3) Instructor TBA (Session C, 8 week session)

Distribution Group Courses: 

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Psych N117: Human Neuropsychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Linguis 146: Language Acquisition (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

Computational Modeling:

  • None

Linguistics:

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Instructor TBA (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

 Philosophy:

  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Khatchirian (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Khatchirian (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Khokhar, Ginsborg (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)**
  • Philos W12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Holliday (Session C, 8 week session)**
  • Philos 25A: Ancient Philosophy (4) Gooding, Ginsborg; Arsenault, Ginsborg (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)**
  • Philos 25B: Modern Philosophy (4) Crockett; Ginsborg, Peacocke (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)**

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST take an additional upper division elective course and finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Anthro 166: Language, Culture, and Society (4) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Econ 119: Psychology of Economics (4) Graziani, Jansson (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Education W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull, Lizarraga; Adams; Unadkat (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych N160: Social Psychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych 166AC: Cultural Psychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Sociology 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

  • Anthro 166: Language, Culture, and Society (4) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Education 130: Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science (4) Ham (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Instructor TBA (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Linguistics 151: Language and Gender (3) Instructor TBA (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Khatchirian (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Khatchirian (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos N188: Phenomenology (4) Suarez (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych N117: Human Neuropsychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session
  • Psych 134: Health Psychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session A, 1st 6 week session) 
  • Psych N150: Psychology of Personality (3) Instructor TBA (Session A, 1st 6 week session) 
  • Psych N160: Social Psychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych 166AC: Cultural Psychology (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Stat 133: Concepts in Computing with Data (3) Instructor TBA (Session B, 10 week session)

Spring 2018 

PRE-REQUISITES and LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cog Sci 1: Intro to Cognitive Science (4) Li
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Bamler
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Slaman
  • CS 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Hilfinger, DeNero
  • Engin 7: Intro to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Instructor TBA
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Williams
  • CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Ayazifar, Rao
  • MCB C61: Brain, Mind, and Behavior (3) Presti (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth) 

 

DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS: 

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Cog Sci/Psych C127 Has been cancelled
  • Psych 117: Human Neuropsychology (3) Knight (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth) Note: 75 seats reserved for Cog Sci majors will become available at the beginning of Phase 2

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C126/Psych C126: Perception (3) Whitney (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)

Computational Modeling:

  • Cog Sci 131: Computational Models of Cognition (4) Collins 
  • CS 188: Intro to Artificial Intelligence (4) Dragan, Levine

Linguistics:

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Michael (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

Philosophy:

  • Philos 3: The Nature of Mind (4) Campbell (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Warren** 
  • Philos 25B: Modern Philosophy (4) Primus** 
  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Yalcin (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) Campbell (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST be sure they have at least 30 upper division units for the major (not including the lower division philosophy class). If not, you will need to take an additional upper division elective course and finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition: 

  • Education W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull 
  • Education 140AC: The Art of Making ... Literacy (4) Hull (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Information 103: History of Information (3) Duguid, Nunberg (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)

 

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective.

 Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • MCB 160L: Neurobiology Lab (4) Kramer, Ball, Zucker
  • MCB 161: Circuit, Systems and Behavioral Science (4) Scott, Dan, Adesnik
  • Psych 114: Biology of Learning and Neural Plasticity (3) Instructor TBA (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth) 
  • Psych 117: Human Neuropsychology (3) Knight (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth) 

 Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci/Psych C126: Cognitive Psychology (3) Whitney (Fulfills Biological Science Breadth)
  • Educ 229A: Problem Solving and Understanding (3) Ranney

 Computational Modeling:

  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Instructor TBA
  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Chiesa, Vazirani
  • CS 186: Intro to Database Systems (4) Instructor TBA
  • *CS 289A: Intro to Machine Learning (4) Instructor TBA

 Linguistics

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Michael (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Linguis 115: Phonology and Morphology (4) Hyman (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Linguis 120: Introduction to Syntax and Semantics (4) Mikkelsen (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Linguis 170: History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of a Particular Language (3) Garrett (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Linguis 109: Bilingualism

 Philosophy:

  • NatAmst 151: Native American Philosophy (4) Pearson (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 128: Philosophy of Science (4) Dasgupta (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Yalcin (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) Campbell (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Philos 185: Heidegger (4) Kaiser (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)
  • Rhetor 107: Rhetoric of Scientific Discourse (4) Bates (Fulfills Philosophy and Values Breadth)

 Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Anthro 160AC: Forms of Folklore (4) Briggs (Fulfills Arts & Literature + Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Education W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull 
  • Education 140AC: The Art of Making ... Literacy (4) Hull (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Information 103: History of Information (3) Duguid, Nunberg (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences)
  • MediaSt 101: Visual Communications (4) Jackson (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • MediaSt 103: Understanding Journalism (4) Retzinger (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth) 
  • Psych 167AC: Stigma and Predjudice (3) Mendoza-Denton (Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Breadth)
  • Rhetoric 103B: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory (4) Instructor TBA (Fulfills Arts & Literature Breadth)

Fall 2017

PRE-REQUISITES and LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cog Sci N1: Introduction to Cognitive Science (3) Li (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Comp Sci 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Lin, Chu (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Comp Sci 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Tang, Lu, Moulos (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Engin W7: Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Anwar (Session B, 10 week session)
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Suh, Foster (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Martinez (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Ramkumar, Jiang (Session C, 8 week session)
  • MCB W61: Brain, Mind, and Behavior (3) Presti (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • MCB C64: Exploring the Brain: Intro to Neuroscience (3) Leinwand, Schwendinger-Schreck (Session C, 8 week session)

DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS:

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Anthro 107: Evolution of the Human Brain (4) Deacon
  • Cog Sci C127/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Ivry

Cognitive Psychology:

  • None

Computational Modeling:

  • CS 188: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (4) Instructor TBA

**Cog Sci 131 will be offered in Spring 2018**

Linguistics:

  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Jenks
  • Linguis 108: Introduction to Psycholinguistics (3) Gahl*

*Check with instructor regarding preparation for this course.

Philosophy:

  • Philos 3: The Nature of Mind (4) Noe**
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Yalcin**
  • Philos 25A: Ancient Philosophy (4) Macfarlane**
  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Khatchirian

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST  finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Econ 119: Psychology and Economics (4) Hawkins
  • Educ 140AC: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull
  • Psych 160: Social Psychology (3) Chen
  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers
  • Ling 150: Socioloinguistics (3) Smith 

 

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective.

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • MCB 160: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (4) Feldman, Isacoff, Ngai
  • MCB 166: Biophysical Neurobiology (3) Elul, Miller

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C127/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Irvy
  • Educ 224A: Mathematical Thinking and Problem Solving (3) Schoenfeld
  • Music 108/108M: Music Perception and Cognition (3) Instructor TBA
  • Music 109/109M: Music Cognition: The Mind Behind the Musical Ear (3) Bamberger

Computational Modeling:

  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Instructor TBA
  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Raghavendra
  • CS 186: Introduction to Database Systems (4) Hellerstein
  • Stat 133: Concepts in Computing with Data (3) Sanchez Trujillo

Linguistics:

  • Linguis 106: Metaphor (4) Sweetser
  • Linguis 110: Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology (4) Lin

Philosophy:

  • Philos 140A: Intermediate Logic (4) Warren
  • Philos 178: Kant (4) Warren

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Linguis 130: Comparative and Historical Linguistics (4) Garrett
  • Mediast 102: Effects of Mass Media (4) Timke
  • Philos 153: Chinese Philosophy (4) Shun
  • Psych 167AC: Stigma and Prejudice (3) Mendoza-Denton
  • Rhetoric 103A: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory (4) Porter

Note the following courses from the Jacobs Institute course list are acceptable as an elective for Cog Sci: CS 160, CS 294-84/ME 290U

Summer 2017

PRE-REQUISITES and LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cog Sci N1: Introduction to Cognitive Science (3) Li (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Comp Sci 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Lin, Chu (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Comp Sci 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Tang, Lu, Moulos (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Engin W7: Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) Anwar (Session B, 10 week session)
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Suh, Foster (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Martinez (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Ramkumar, Jiang (Session C, 8 week session)
  • MCB W61: Brain, Mind, and Behavior (3) Presti (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • MCB C64: Exploring the Brain: Intro to Neuroscience (3) Leinwand, Schwendinger-Schreck (Session C, 8 week session)

 

DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS:

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • None

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C100: Basic Issues in Cognition (3) Instructor TBA (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

Computational Modeling:

  • None

Linguistics:

  • Cog Sci C101/Linguistics C105: The Mind and Language (4) Lichtenstein (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Baclawski (Session A, 1st 6 week session)

 Philosophy:

  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Noe (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) Khatchirian (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Philos 25A: Ancient Philosophy (4) Vlasits; Gibson** (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos 25B: Modern Philosophy (4) Crockett; Hutchinson** (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Lawrence; Rudolph** (Session A, 1st 6 week session; Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST take an additional upper division elective course and finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Anthro 166: Language, Culture, and Society (4) Karl (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Econ 119: Psychology of Economics (4) Graziani (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Education W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World (4) Hull (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych N160: Social Psychology (3) Gorchoff (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psych 166AC: Cultural Psychology (3) Gorchoff (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Sociology 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)

 

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

  • Cog Sci C101/Linguistics C105: The Mind and Language (4) Lichtenstein (Session C, 8 week session)
  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Torres (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Education 130: Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science (4) Ham (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Linguistics 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Baclawski (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Linguistics 151: Language and Gender (3) Donnelly, Garrett (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Native American Studies 151: Native American Philosophy (4) Pearson (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Noe (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) Khatchirian (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Psychology 101: Research and Data Analysis in Psychology (4) Guadagno (Session C, 8 week session)
  • Psychology N134: Health Psychology (3) Fisher (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psychology N140: Developmental Psychology (3) Cook (Session D, 2nd 6 week session)
  • Psychology N150: Psychology of Personality (3) John, Gonzalez (Session A, 1st 6 week session)
  • Stat 133: Concepts in Computing with Data (3) Ibser (Session B, 10 week session)

Spring 2017

PRE-REQUISITES and LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cog Sci 1: Intro to Cognitive Science (4) Instructor TBA
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Haiman
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) Slaman
  • CS 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Garcia, Hilfinger
  • Engin 7: Intro to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) TBA
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Serganova
  • CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Sahai
  • MCB C61: Brain, Mind, and Behavior (3) Presti

 

DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS: 

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Cog Sci/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Gallant
  • Psych 133: Psychology of Sleep (3) Walker

Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C126/Psych C126: Perception (3) Whitney
  • Linguis C146/Psych C143: Language Acquisition (3) TBA

Computational Modeling:

  • CS 188: Intro to Artificial Intelligence (4) Dragan

Linguistics:

  • Cog Sci C142/Linguis C142: Language and Thought (3) Regier
  • Linguis 100: Introduction to Linguistic Science (4) Garrett
  • Linguis 108; Introduction to Psycholinguistics (3) Gahl

Philosophy:

  • Philos 3: The Nature of Mind (4) Campbell**
  • Philos 12A: Introduction to Logic (4) Mancosu**
  • Philos 25B: Modern Philosophy (4) Ginsborg**
  • Philos 122: Theory of Knowledge (4) Holliday
  • Philos 132: Philosophy of Mind (4) Searle
  • Philos 133: Philosophy of Language (4) Yalcin

**Students have the option to to fulfill the Philosophy requirement by taking one of the listed lower division classes (Phil 3, 12A, 25A, or 25B). Students who decide to take a lower division Philosophy course MUST be sure they have at least 30 upper division units for the major (not including the lower division philosophy class). If not, you will need to take an additional upper division elective course and finish at least 30 upper division units in the major. Honor's thesis units (H195A or B) can replace an additional elective for students who opt for lower division Philosophy).

Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Cog Sci C103/Info C103/MediaStd C104C/Hist C192: History of Information (3) Nunberg, Duguid
  • Psych 160: Social Psychology (3) Mauss
  • Psych 166AC: Cultural Psychology (3) TBA
  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers
  • Education W140A: The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World

 

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective.

 Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • MCB 160L: Neurobiology Lab (4) Larue, Kramer, Zucker, Ball
  • MCB 161: Circuit, Systems and Behavioral Science (4) Feldman, Adesnik, Scott
  • MCB 165: Neurobiology of Disease (3) Bateup, Ball, Lammel
  • Psych 114: Biology of Learning and Neural Plasticity (3) Wilbrecht

 Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Gallant
  • Educ 229A: Problem Solving and Understanding (3) Ranney
  • Psych 133: Psychology of Sleep (3) Walker

 Computational Modeling:

  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Canny
  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Raghavendra, Garg
  • CS 186: Intro to Database Systems (4) Hellerstein
  • *CS C280/Vision Science C280: Computer Vision (3) Efros, Malik
  • *CS 289A: Intro to Machine Learning (4) Shewchuck

 Linguistics:

  • Cog Sci C140/Linguis C160: Quantitative Methods in Linguistics (4) Johnson
  • Linguis 115: Phonology and Morphology (4) Hyman
  • Linguis 120: Introduction to Syntax and Semantics (4) Jenks
  • Linguis 121: Logical Semantics (4) Mikkelsen
  • Linguis C146/Psych C143: Language Acquisition (3) TBA

 Philosophy:

  • Philos 186B: Later Wittgenstein (4) Stroud

 Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Anthro 160AC: Forms of Folklore (4) Briggs
  • MediaSt 101: Visual Communications (4) Jackson
  • Poli Sci 161: Public Opinion, Voting and Participation (4) Middleton
  • Rhetoric 103B: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory (4) Esmeir

 Note the following courses from the Jacobs Institute course list are acceptable as an elective for Cog Sci: BIOE 295; CS 160, DESINV 190-002, IEOR 185, IEOR 170, IEOR 191, ME 110, ME 122, NWMedia C203, PH 214, UGBA 190T/ART 100-001/THEATER 100-001 + 100-002

 

Fall 2016

PRE-REQUISITES and LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Cog Sci 1: Intro to Cognitive Science (4) TBA
  • Math 1A: Calculus (4) Paulin, Shin
  • Math 16A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus (3) TBA
  • CS 61A: The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (4) Denero
  • Engin 7: Intro to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers (4) TBA
  • Math 55: Discrete Mathematics (4) Stankova
  • CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (4) Walrand

 

DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS: 

Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • Anthropology 107: Evolution of the Human Brain (4) Deacon
  • Cog Sci/Psych C127: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) Ivry

 Cognitive Psychology:

  • Cog Sci C100/Psych C120: Basic Issues in Cognition (3) Instructor TBA 

 Computational Modeling:

  • Cognitive Science 131: Computational Models of Cognition (4) Griffiths
  • CS 188: Intro to Artificial Intelligence (4) TBA

 Linguistics:

  • Ling 100: Intro to Linguistic Science (4) Mikkelsen, Lin

 Philosophy:

  • Philos 135: Theory of Meaning (4) TBA
  • Note for Fall 2016: the following courses may be used to satisfy the Philosophy Distribution Group requirement, but will not count toward the 30 upper division units required for Cognitive Science: PHILOS 3, 12A, 25A

 Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Econ 119: Psychology and Economics (4) Hawkins
  • Educ 140AC: Literacy: Individual and Societal Development (3) Hull
  • Psych 160: Social Psychology (3) Chen
  • Sociol 150: Social Psychology (4) Powers

 

ELECTIVES/CONCENTRATIONS:

If you've completed a distribution group, any other separate (non-cross listed) course from that group may be used as an elective.

  Cognitive Neuroscience:

  • MCB 160: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (4) Isacoff, Bateup, Ngai
  • MCB 166: Biophysical Neurobiology (3) Miller, Elul

  Cognitive Psychology:

  • Music 109/M: Music Cognition - The Mind Behind the Musical Ear (3) Bamberger - THIS COURSE IS A GO! 
  • Psych 121: Animal Cognition (3) Jacobs

  Computational Modeling:

  • CogSci 190:Special Topics in Cognitive Science
  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development (4) Hartmann
  • CS 170: Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (4) Christos, Papadimitriou; Trevisan
  • CS 186: Intro to Database Systems (4) TBA
  • *CS C281A: Statistical Learning Theory (3) TBA
  • *CS 287: Advanced Robotics (3) Abbeel
  • *CS 289A: Intro to Machine Learning (4) Efros, Guyon

  Linguistics:

  • Ling 106: Metaphor (4) Sweetser
  • Ling 110: Intro to Phonetics and Phonology (4) Johnson
  • Ling 121: Logical Semantics (4) Mikkelsen This class may be cancelled for Fall, to be offered in the Spring instead. Please confirm on schedule of classes. 
  • Ling 130: Comparative and Historical Linguistics (4) Garrett
  • Ling 170: History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of Particular Language (3) Rhodes

  Philosophy:

  • Philos 138: Philosophy of Society (4) Searle
  • Philos 140B: Intermediate Logic (4) TBA
  • Philos 176: Hume (4) Martin
  • Philos 178: Kant (4) Warren

  Society, Culture, and Cognition:

  • Ling 130: Comparative and Historical Linguistics (4) Garrett
  • Ling 170: History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of a Particular Language (3) Rhodes
  • MediaStd 102: Effects of Mass Media (4) Timke
  • MCB 160: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (4) Isacoff, Bateup, Ngai
  • MCB 166: Biophysical Neurobiology (3) Miller, Elul
  • Rhetoric 103A: Approaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory (4) TBA
  • *Vision Science 265: Neural Composition (3) Olshausen

*Note: This is a graduate-level class. Consult with the sponsoring department.

  Jacobs Institute: If you are interested in taking a Jacobs Institute course as an elective, please see your major advisor. Please click here to visit the Jacobs Institute's course page to learn more about the institute and their offerings.

 If you would like to know what CogSci courses satisfy breadth requriements, please click here.