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  • Program tanımları
    The Master of Arts Program in Cognitive Science aims at introducing the students to the investigation of cognitive processes at various dimensions. It is offered by the cooperation of the Computer Engineering , Linguistics , Philosophy and Psychology disciplines.

    To fulfill the requirements of the MA program, students must complete a total of 28 credits of course work and submit a thesis supervised by their academic advisor. The coursework of the first semester consists of the 'core' courses of the four disciplines. In the second semester, students are expected to take area and complementary electives, allowing them to specialize in one (maximum two) disciplines. In the second year, students are expected to write a thesis in the area they have specialized in.

    Each discipline has an advisor who supervises the coursework of the students who want to specialize in that field.

    Each student is expected to take remedial courses the first year s/he is accepted into the program. This is to ensure a uniform background for the students. The advisor determines the nature of the remedial courses each student is expected to take. A student may have to take up to 8 courses during the remedial year.


    First Year
    First Semester
    CmpE 540     Principles of AI     
    LING 541     Syntactic Theory     
    LING 501     Asp. of Phonology     
    PHIL --     Area elective     
    PSY --     Area elective     

    Second Semester
    -- --     Area Elective     
    -- --     Area Elective     
    -- --     Area/Comp. Elective
    -- --     Comp. Elective     
    Second Year
    First Semester     
    COGS 690     Thesis     

    I. Remedial courses*

    First Semester     
    CMPE 150     Introduction to Computing     
    LING/ 301
    LING 488          Phonology/ Linguistic Semantics     
    PHIL --     Elective     
    PSY --     Area elective     

    Second Semester
    COGS 500     Introduction to Cognitive Sciences     
    LING 302     Syntax     
    PHIL --     Area elective     
    PSY 228     Cognitive Psychology     

    Computer Engineering     
    CmpE 150 Introduction to Computing or equivalent programming course     

    LING 301     Phonolgy
    LING 302     Syntax
    LING 488     Special Topics:
    Linguistic Semantics

    PHIL 131     Logic I     
    and one of the following     
    PHIL 273     Epistemology     
    PHIL 284     Free Will and Determinism     
    PHIL 372     Philosophy of Language     
    PHIL 375     Philosophy of Mind     
    PHIL 380     Philosophy of Action
    PHIL 400     Current Issues in Philosophy*
    PHIL 431     Inductive Logic*
    PHIL 481-489     Selected Topics in Philosophy*
    PHIL 492-498     Selected Topics in Philosophy*

    PSY 228     Cognitive Psychology
    and one of the following
    PSY 233     Life-span development: Biological and cognitive process
    PHIL 271     Introduction to Neuroscience, Brain and Behavior
    PSY 377     Physiological Psychology

    *Can also be taken as area elective courses by the consent of the Cognitive Science Executive Committee.

    II. Area/elective course list*

    Computer Engineering
    CmpE 530 Mathematical Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
    CmpE 544 Pattern Recognition
    CmpE 545 Artificial Neural Networks
    CmpE 561 Natural Language Processing
    CmpE 565 Autonomous Robots
    CmpE 622 Computer Vision
    CmpE 623 Speech Processing
    CmpE 630 Intelligent Control

    *Computer Engineering area electives might be selected from the list given above or other courses with the CMPE code that are related to cognitive science with the consent of the Cognitive Science Executive Committee.

    PHIL 501 Metaphysics*
    PHIL 503 Cosmology/Philosophy of Nature*
    PHIL 505 Theory of Knowledge
    PHIL 515 Topics in History of Philosophy*
    PHIL 517 Topics in Contemporary Philosophy*
    PHIL 522 Mathematical Logic
    PHIL 524 Philosophy of Natural Sciences*
    PHIL 580-588 Special Topics in Philosophy*
    PHIL 591-599 Special Topics in Philosophy*
    PHIL 635 Naturalism*
    PHIL 637 Contemporary Philosophy*
    PHIL 648 Philosophy of Language
    PHIL 652 Philosophy of Mind
    PHIL 674 Topics in the Philosophy of Science*
    PHIL 676 Topics in Logic
    PHIL 682 Freedom and Determinism

    *With the consent of the Cognitive Science Executive Committee

    PSY 521 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
    PSY 523 Advanced Learning Theory
    PSY 524 Psycholinguistics
    PSY 528 Memory
    PSY 531 Advanced Developmental Psychology
    PSY 532 Cognitive Development
    PSY 543 Culture and Behavior*
    PSY 571 Psychobiology
    PSY 572 Advanced Neoroscience
    PSY 588-591 Special topics in Cognitive Psychology*
    PSY 592-595 Special topics in Developmental Psychology*

    *With the consent of the Cognitive Science Executive Committee

    LING 512 Morphological Analysis
    LING 522 English-Turkish Contrastive Grammar and its Application
    LING 531 Typology
    LING 580-599 Topics in Linguistic Theory - courses related to Cognitive Science*

    *With the consent of the Cognitive Science Executive Committee

    C. Other Courses

    COGS 500 Introduction to Cognitive Science
    COGS 579 Graduate Seminar in Cognitive Science


    COGS 500 Introduction to Cognitive Science (Bilissel Bilime Giris) (3+0+0) 3
    Introduction of basic concepts, approaches and issues in the field of cognitive science to increase the awareness of the students to the questions raised in the disciplines of computer science, linguistics, philosophy and psychology; focus on the interaction of these disciplines in approaching the study of the mind; specialization on topics central to cognitive science such as the nature of mental representation, reasoning, perception, language use, learning as well as other cognitive processes of humans and other intelligent systems.

    COGS 579 Graduate Seminar (Lisansüstü Seminer) (0+1+0) 0 P/F
    The widening of students' perspectives and awareness of topics of interest to cognitive science through seminars offered by faculty, graduating thesis students, and invited guests from industry, government, business, and academia.

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