Symbolic, Cognitive and Linguistic Systems (Certificate)

The symbolic, cognitive and linguistic systems certificate program takes a transdisciplinary approach to the symbolic representation and processing of information in human cognition, natural languages and formal mathematical, logical and computing systems. Coursework covers three areas: human cognition and theories of mind, philosophy of language and linguistics, and computing and logic.

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Symbolic, Cognitive and Linguistic Systems (Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, The College of


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