Graduate students in good standing in one of the participating academic units—Psychology and Neuroscience, Philosophy; Computer Science; Linguistics; Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences; Education; and Architecture and Planning—may apply to earn a Graduate Certificate in Cognitive Science. Earning such a certificate can significantly enhance a student’s academic knowledge and career choices.
The Graduate Certificate consists of course requirements only. Review the cognitive science course catalog for course offerings, and also review the program completion checklist to determine progress toward earning the certificate. Submit your application for admission, unofficial transcript, and plan of study, to the ICS main office. Once accepted into your desired program, a Progress Report should be completed annually and submitted to the Institute. The program has formal approval from the Graduate School.
Upon completion of the program requirements, students must provide a transcript to the Academic Program Director. The Academic Program Director will review the transcript to ascertain whether the student has met the requirements. Once approved, the Institute will contact the Registrar's Office to include the certification on the student's official record. Certificates are awarded at the Institute's spring celebration.
For more information: Donna Caccamise
Associate Director and
Academic Program Director
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