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The information below describes typical occupations and employers associated with this major. Understand that some of the options listed below may require additional training.
 

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The information below describes typical occupations and employers associated with this major.
Understand that some of the options listed below may require additional training.
Moreover, you are not limited to these options alone when choosing a possible career path.
Description of Cognitive Science
Cognitive science is an emerging new science of mind and intelligent processes involving humans,
animals, computers, and the abstract. The field spans a wide variety of standard disciplines including psychology,
computer science, anthropology, linguistics, biology, and education. Cognitive science is expected to play a large
role in the development of the technologies, training, and intervention programs of the twenty-first century. The
curriculum of this interdisciplinary major includes courses in artificial intelligence, psychological foundations,
language and cultural foundations, and philosophical foundations.
A cognitive science major is perfect preparation for students who plan to go on to graduate programs in
cognitive science, educational technology, artificial intelligence, instructional psychology, cognitive psychology,
philosophy, or cognitive anthropology. Typical employment for a cognitive science undergraduate might be in a
technology-related position demanding excellent technical, writing, and speaking skills.
Possible Job Titles of Cognitive Science Graduates
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Anthropologist
Archaeologist

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

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