B.A. Mind, Language, and Computation (Arts PHIL stream)

B.A. Mind, Language, and Computation

Please see the UBC Academic Calendar for the most updated information on degree requirements: http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,197,282,98#19110

First Year
PSYC 100 (or 101 and 102) 6
CPSC 110 (or 103 and 1075), 1212 8
Electives1,3 18
Total credits 32
Second Year
COGS 200 3
PHIL 220 or PHIL 3204 3
PHIL 240 3
PSYC 304 or PSYC 309 3
LING 100 or LING 201 3
STAT 200 or STAT 241 or PSYC 218 3
Electives3 12
Total Credits 30
Third and Fourth Years
COGS 300, 303, 401, 402 13*
PSYC 365 3
Nine credits of philosophy courses taken from this list: PHIL 351, PHIL 326, PHIL 441, PHIL 451, PHIL 455 9
15 credits of additional Cognitive Systems module courses numbered 300 or higher (chosen from the module list) 15
Electives3 18
Total credits 58
Minimum Credits for Degree 120

1 Please consult the current academic calendar for Faculty of Arts writing, literature, and language degree requirements.

2 Students taking the 18-credit Arts One or Coordinated Arts Programs may take CPSC 110 and CPSC 121 in their second year.

3 If there are module courses you wish to take, taking the prerequisites for module courses is recommended using your electives.

4 The prerequisite PHIL 220 may be waived for PHIL 320 with the consent of the instructor.

5 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 Academic calendar year 2019/20.