Required courses One course is required of all students IDS 265 Introduction to

Required courses one course is required of all

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— Required courses: One course is required of all students, IDS 265: Introduction to Cognitive Science: Computers, Minds, Brains, and Robots. Other requirements will be met by developing a planned course of study approved by a Cognitive Science Studies advisor. In consulta- tion with the advisor, the student will choose an emphasis that is outside the student’s major and will fulfill the requirements of that emphasis. University-Wide Curriculum
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88 Emphases: Computer Science : ITK 168, 179; 2 courses (6 hours) from Groups A and/or B; 1 course (3 hours) from Group B; and 2 elective courses (6 hours) from Groups C,D,E, or F. Linguistics : PHI 112 or 210; ENG 341; 2 courses (6 hours) from Groups A and/or B; 1 course (3 hours) from Group C; and 2 elective courses (6 hours) from Groups B,D,E, or F. Philosophy: PHI 112 or 210, PHI 253 or 315; 2 courses (6 hours) from Groups A and/or B; 1 course (3 hours) from Group D; and 2 elective courses (6 hours) from Groups B,C, E, or F. Psychology : PSY 138 (recommended) or ECO 138 (acceptable); PSY 366; 2 courses (6 hours) from Groups A and/or B; 1 course (3 hours) from Group E; 2 elective courses (6 hours) from Groups B, C, D,or F. Course Groups: Group A (Quantitative Skills) : MAT 145, 146, 175, 250, 260; PHI 112 or 210 (MAT 210); PSY 138 (recommended) or ECO 138. (Note: (There are three statistics courses listed: MAT 250, PSY 138 and ECO 138. Only one statistics course can be taken for Group A credit). Group B (Computer Science) : ITK 168, 179, 261, 279, 340, 367, 388. Group C (Linguistics) : ANT/ENG/FOR 143, ANT/ENG 342; ENG 241, 243, 245, 310, 341, 344; FOR 209.12, 215.15, 262.15, 310.13, 340.12, 360.15; PAS 175, 201; ANT 277; COM 370, 372. Group D (Philosophy) : PHI 250, 251, 253, 255, 256, 315; PHI *305, *310, *363. NOTE: Courses with * may be used only when the topic is approved by a Cognitive Science advisor. Group E (Psychology) : PSY 231, 331.04, 331.07, 360, 361, 363, 366, 368, 369. Group F (Related Courses) : ANT 286, 288, 290, BSC 286, 297, 343. NOTE: Please refer to specific departments for further course information. Cognitive Science Course IDS 265 INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE: COMPUTERS, MINDS, BRAINS, AND ROBOTS OC-SMT 3 S Inner Core req. MC-QR or one semester of Foreign Language req . Explores fundamental principles from Psychology, Computer Science, Philosophy, Linguistics, Biology, that contribute to the scientific study of intelligent systems (minds). MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES A dvisor: Amy Bloom Department of Geography- Geology 206 Felmley Hall, Campus Box 4400 (309) 438-7649, Email: [email protected] A minimum of 21 hours is required, distributed as shown below. Students must complete 9 hours in Group One and 9 hours in Group Two. To fulfill the remaining three required hours, the student must choose at least one option under Group Three. For further information contact the Department of Geography-Geology. Group One : Agriculture AGR 203 Biological Sciences BSC 202 Geography GEO 200 Geology GEO 276 Group Two : Economics ECO 255 Geography GEO 205 Health Science HSC 156 Philosophy PHI 236 Politics and Government POL 236 Group Three: 1. Any course listed under Group One or Group Two; or 2. AGR 157 or AGR 234; or CHE 280; or GEO 211; or POL 232; or 3. Students may choose to pursue an environ- mentally-based internship to partially or fully fulfill the elective requirement. Arrangement for the supervision of internship experience
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