Cognitive Science focuses on the study and implementation of intelligent systems, both human and artificial. It is interdisciplinary in nature and emphasizes cognitive psychology, computer science, mathematics and related disciplines. The Cognitive Science major provides excellent background for careers in cognitive science and related fields, such as artificial intelligence and human factors. Below are some examples of the lower division courses required for the major.

UC Berkeley
MATH 103

UC Los Angeles
BIOL 122 or BIOL 101 and 102
MATH 103, 104
PHYS 110 or 105 or 101 or
CHEM 110 or 101
PHIL 117
PSYCH 101
CS/IS 135, 137, 139

UC San Diego
Cognitive Science B.A. B.S.
B.S. Specialization in Clin Aspcts of Cogn 
B.S. Specialization in Hum Comp Interaction 
B.S. with Specialization in Computation 
B.S. with Specialization in Human Cognition 
B.S. with Specialization in Neuroscience
MATH 103 and 104, 105,107, 108
CS/IS 139

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