Cognitive Science Modules

This is the proposed timetable for 2018/2019. All details are tentative and subject to change. The final timetable will be published in September 2018.

Students typically take eight of the ten modules listed below. All module choices must be discussed with the course director. Substitutions on an individual basis may be possible. Note: Computational Creativity and Human Computer Interaction are each only 5 credits, so some further substitution will be necessary for students taking one or both of these.

First semester, Autumn 2018
Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
9:00-11:00

PSY 40020 Funadamentals of Cognitive Neuropsychology (7.5 cr)

Michelle Downes
Arts E114
  11:00-13:00

COMP 40250
Introduction to Cognitive Psychology (7.5 cr)

Fintan Costello
CSI B1.08
   
11:00 - 13:00

COMP 47230
Introduction to Cognitive Science (7.5 cr)

Fred Cummins
CSI B1.09
  14:00-16:00

PHIL 40010
Consciousness, Agency and the Self (7.5 cr)

Robert Foley
D522, School of Philosophy, Newman Building.
   
Second semester, Spring 2019
10:00-11:00

PSY 40550
Readings in Visual and Social Cognition (7.5 cr)

Nuala Brady
Arts. Th O.
9:00 - 11:00

PHIL 40960
The Cultural Mind (10 cr)

Maria Baghramian
D522, School of Philosophy
10:00-11:00

PSY 40550
Readings in Visual and Social Cognition (7.5 cr)

Nuala Brady
Arts, Th O.
   
11:00-13:00

COMP 40260
Connectionism and Dynamical Systems (7.5 cr)

Fred Cummins
CSI B1.08
  11:00-13:00

COMP 40270
Cognitive Modelling (7.5 cr)

Fintan Costello
CSI B1.08
   
14:00-16:00

COMP 40260
Connectionism and Dynamical Systems

Lab
Fred Cummins
CSI B1.08
14:00-16:00

PHIL 40250 Merleau-Ponty


Tim Mooney
D522, School of Philosophy
14:00-16:00

COMP 40280
Topics in Cognitive Science: Post-Cognitivist Seminar (7.5 cr)

Fred Cummins
CSI Coffee Area Meeting Room
14:00-16:00

COMP 47680
Human Computer Interaction (5 cr)

David Coyle
H2.20 (Science Hub)
 
16:00-17:00

COMP 47410
Computational Creativity (5 cr)

Tony Veale
CSI B1.08
    16:00-17:00

COMP 47410
Computational Creativity (5 cr)

Tony Veale
CSI B1.08
Note: 5 credit module
 

Other modules of possible relevance

Depending on the background of individual students, some substitutions to the standard suite of modules may be appropriate. Please talk to us if you are considering substituting modules.