CRN: 30802 CGSC 5003 Wednesday
Cognition and Language Seminar
Dr. Raj Singh 11:35-14:25 2203DT
CRN 30803 CGSC 5100 Mondays
Issues in Cognitive Science Seminar
Dr. Raj Singh 14:25 -17:25 2203 DT
CRN: 30804 CGSC 5103 Tuesdays
Formal Methods Seminar
Dr. Ash Asudeh 11:35-14:25 2203DT
CRN: 10780 CGSC 5004 Tuesdays
Cognition and Conceptual Issues Seminar
Dr. Andrew Brook 14:35-17:25 2203 DT
CRN 10782 CGSC 5101 Mondays
Experimental Methods & Stats Seminar
Dr. Kasia Muldner 11:35–14:25 2203 DT
CRN 15107 CGSC 5901 Thursdays
Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Seminar
Dr. Olessia Jouravlev 14:35-17:25 2203DT
All first year students should be registering in CGSC 5100 (Fall) and either CGSC 5101 (Winter) or CGSC 5103 (Fall).
Unscheduled courses available in the Fall/Winter terms
CRN 30805 (Fall) CRN 10783 (Winter) CGSC 5907 Independent Research
This Independent Study requires an application form (link is above) that has to be signed by the Independent Study Supervisor, the Thesis Supervisor and the Student. Once the form has been approved, registration will take place. This course is a .5 credit course only and must be completed in one term. The paper is due to Independent Study Supervisor and the Graduate Administrator on the last day of the exam period in the term you are registered in. This course will require a registration override.
CRN 30806 (Fall) CRN 10784 (Winter) *CGSC 5908 – Research Project
Prior to the your first registration into the Research Project, you will have to consult with and submit the (signed) Research Project Contract and the (signed) Supervisory Committee Form to the Graduate Administrator. The Graduate Administrator will submit the forms to the Graduate Supervisor. This course requires the student to register every term until the Research Project has been completed. This course will require a registration override.
CRN 30807 (Fall) CRN 10785 (Winter) *CGSC 5909 – Thesis
Prior to registering in your thesis, you should consult with the Graduate Administrator as this will require registration in every term until your program has been completed. This course will require a registration override.
* Requires continual registration every term until the program is completed.
Additional Registration Tips
Please note: All course selections should be discussed with your Thesis supervisor and the Graduate Supervisor prior to registering.
- 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.