Language and Cognition prepares students for careers and advanced training in Linguistics, Cognitive Science, language education, child development, and adult language disorders. It is designed for students interested in exploring the interface between language and other human cognitive processes.
Courses in Language and Cognition focus on the acquisition of language production and comprehension, the construction and conveyance of meaning, and the representation of language in the brain. Students may take this track as either an honors or non-honors program.
Minimum 2.0 overall GPA; minimum 2.5 GPA in LIN 205 and 207