|CGSC 5100 F [0.5 credit]||Issues in Cognitive Science||Ida Toivonen|
|CGSC 5103 F [0.5 credit]||Formal Methods||Raj Singh|
|CGSC 5907 F [0.5 credit]||Independent Research||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 5908 F [1.0 credit]||Research Project||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 5909 F [2.5 credits]||M. Cog. Thesis||Jo-Anne LeFevre|
|CGSC 6002 F [0.5 credit]||Methodology Rotation II||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 6003 F[0.5 credit]||Methodology Rotation II||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 6901 F [0.5 credit]||Directed Studies in Cognitive Science I||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 6902 F [0.5 credit]||Directed Studies in Cognitive Science II||Deepthi Kamawar|
|CGSC 6909 F [6.5 credits]||Ph.D. Thesis||Jo-Anne LeFevre|
Additional Registration Tips
Please note: All course selections should be discussed with your Thesis supervisor and the Graduate Supervisor prior to registering.
- All course descriptions are available in the Graduate Calendar.
- Whichever course CGSC 5103 (F) or CGSC 5101 (W) is not used for the Methodology Requirement, students can take the remaining course and use it towards your 1.5 elective credits.
- If other departments are offering course selections that fit your program course requirements, you should contact your Thesis Supervisor and the Graduate Supervisor to discuss, prior to registering.
- Courses at Ottawa U require students to fill out the Graduate Student Exchange Form (hard copy). It can be obtained by contacting and arranging with the Graduate Administrator to pick it up. All courses taken at Ottawa U have to be part of your core requirements and will be listed on your audit and included in your GPA. You cannot take Ottawa U courses for interest while in a graduate degree program at Carleton.