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Cognitive Science

Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary science of the human mind and cognition which includes study of neuroscience, perception, learning, robotics/artificial intelligence, linguistics and neural networks.

The 18-hour minor in cognitive science at the University of Southern Indiana is designed as a supplement for majors in psychology, philosophy, computer science, mathematics, engineering/technology and languages, though it is applicable beyond these disciplines as well. 

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Training in cognitive science prepares students well for many of the careers that are major growth fields of the 21st century, including psychology, information processing, medical analysis, data retrieval, human-computer interaction, telecommunications and education.

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