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Undergraduate Course Schedule

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Fall 2020 - Course Schedule

PLEASE NOTE:
As per Susan Lawrence, Vice Dean for Undergraduate Education, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, just about all Undergraduate courses will be offered as remote, on-line instruction in the Fall 2020 semester.


Please look up your course(s) in the Schedule of Classes website to review the Course Format, Section Comments and Course Notes.  Each area will contain specific details about delivery methods (Asynchronous, Synchronous, Hours by Arrangement); pre-requisites, restrictions, technology requirements (Webcam; Microphone; Phone Camera and Scanner, etc) and SAS Core goals, limitations, SPN's and course equivalences.

 

Sample Syllabi can be found herehttps://ruccs.rutgers.edu/academics/undergraduate/syllabi/
Remote Fall 20 Syllabi are being updated 

For additional information, reviewhttps://scheduling.rutgers.edu/remote-instruction

Instructors will post information on http://canvas.rutgers.edu or https://sakai.rutgers.edu

 

If a course is full, please email the individual course instructor to request an SPN.

 

01:185:201 -  Introduction to Cognitive Science
Instructor: Austin Baker  /   Recitation Leader: Ryan Rhodes
Lectures and Recitation for sections 01 through 04:
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Pre or co-requisites: course in computer science, linguistics, philosophy, or psychology,
or
being assigned a permission number by the instructor

 

01:185:301 - Cognition and Decision Making
Instructor: Mary Rigdon  /  Recitation Leader: Joseph Sommer
Lectures and Recitations for sections 01 & 02:
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Pre-requisite: Introduction to Cognitive Science (01:185:201)
NOTE: Course satisfies Core Curriculum: Quantitative and Formal Reasoning (QQ)

 

01:185:310:01 - The Concept of “Concepts" in Cognitive Science
Instructor: Jacob Feldman
Lecture: Please open the '+' symbol above or refer to the Schedule of Classes website.

 

01:185:335:01 - Neural Structure of Language
Instructor: Ryan Rhodes
Lecture: Please open the '+' symbol above or refer to the Schedule of Classes website.
Pre-requisite: Introduction to Cognitive Science (01:185:201)

 

01:185:350:01 - Fundamentals of Cognitive Neuroscience
Instructor: Mimi Phan
Lecture: Please open the '+' symbol above or refer to the Schedule of Classes website.
Pre-requisite: Introduction to Cognitive Science (01:185:201)

 

01:185:395 AND 01:185:396:01 - Research in Cognitive Science
A supervised research internship in Cognitive Science. May include laboratory/library research.
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Pre-requisites: Introduction to Cognitive Science (01:185:201) and, Permission of instructor
NOTE: Course also counts as the capstone course for the Cognitive Science Major.  
Only faculty who are Executive Committee Members or 
Affiliates in The Center for Cognitive Science can oversee research courses in Cognitive Science.

  

01:185:495:01 AND  01:185:496:01 - Senior Honors Thesis
Thesis research under the direction of a faculty advisor. 
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Pre-requisites: Introduction to Cognitive Science (01:185:201)  and, eligibility for departmental honors and approval of thesis topic by faculty advisor and director of undergraduate studies.  
NOTE:  Only faculty who are Executive Committee Members or Affiliates in The Center for Cognitive Science can oversee research courses in Cognitive Science. Once you have a faculty advisor, please apply by completing the Honors Thesis Research in Cognitive Science form.