Please see the UBC Academic Calendar for the most updated information on degree requirements: http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,197,282,92#9020
|CPSC 110 (or 103 and 1078), 121||8|
|PSYC 100 (or 101 and 102)||6|
|LING 200, 2015||6|
|PHIL 220 (or 320)5||3|
|PSYC 218 (or STAT 200)6||3|
|Third and Fourth Years|
|COGS 300, 303, 401, 402||13*|
|Six credits of philosophy courses taken from this list: PHIL 351, PHIL 326, PHIL 441, PHIL 451, PHIL 455||6|
|Cognitive Systems module courses numbered 300 or higher7||18|
|Minimum Credits for Degree||120|
1 Please Consult the current academic calendar for Faculty of Arts writing, literature, and language degree requirements
2 Students enrolled in the 18-credit Arts One or Coordinated Arts programs should take PSYC 100 and LING 100 in their first year, and CPSC 121 and 110 in their second year.
3 Students attempting the COGS major should choose electives to obtain prerequisites to appropriate third- and fourth-year courses.
4 Taking Cognitive Systems module courses (or prerequisites for module courses) is recommended for each year of study. Modules are sets of recommended courses that are directly relevant to Cognitive Systems. Find the list of module courses here. Courses explicitly listed as required cannot also be credited as module courses.
5 The prerequisite PHIL 220 may be waived for PHIL 320 with the consent of the instructor.
6 Requires integral calculus (MATH 101, 103, 105, 120, or instructor consent).
7 At least 6 credits must be LING module courses, and at least 6 credits must be non-LING module courses.
8 While CPSC 110 is the recommended route for students pursuing a program in Cognitive Systems, CPSC 103 and 107 may be taken in its place.
* COGS300 is 4 credits starting the Academic calendar year 2019/20.