At Lund University Cognitive Science we offer a 2-year master’s program that starts every other fall semester, which you can read about below.
|Additionally, we also offer single courses:
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All our courses are given in Swedish
|Admission information (In Swedish)
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Master’s program in cognitive science – What will I learn?
Cognitive Science is the multidisciplinary study of models of thinking. It connects research from psychology, philosophy, linguistics, computer science, neuroscience, pedagogy, biology, anthropology etc. in order to address and answer core questions regarding the human mind (and also various non-human minds such as those of animals and robots). How are experiences represented in the brain? Do we think in “words” or “images”? What happens when we learn a language? How do we form new concepts? Is it possible to build a robot that can independently solve practical problems? Is it possible that a machine can have a consciousness or a free will?
The program’s curriculum (pdf)
Am I qualified?
For enrollment in our 2-year master’s program in cognitive science you are required a university degree at bachelor level with a major (90 credits or more) in cognitive science, psychology, philosophy, linguistics, computer science, neuroscience, informatics, biology or pedagogy. Note that the program is given in Swedish.
When can I start?
Next admission will be for the fall semester of 2013. Further information here. (Link in Swedish)