Students in the Bachelor of Cognitive Science degree have three pathways available to them.
The Bachelor of Cognitive Science (Honours) requires 20.0 credits and normally will take 4 years to complete. Students may choose from one of two pathways, as well as one of five specializations streams. The first pathway mirrors the offerings of our current program, and culminates in a 4th year honours thesis. The second pathway offers a coursework alternative to the thesis.
The third pathway, the Bachelor of Cognitive Science (General) degree, is a three-year, 15.0 credit degree that provides the same broad interdisciplinary training as the Honours degree, but without the intensive focus in a particular specialization subject.
More detailed information about the three pathways can be found on our Forms and Documents page
Please see our Cognitive Science Brochure.
Questions? Please contact the Undergraduate Supervisor, Dr. Mark MacLeod.
Graduates of our program are generally well qualified to go on to graduate studies in a variety of fields including cognitive science, psychology, philosophy or linguistics.