Cognitive science is the study of how processes in the mind shape human behavior. Cognitive scientists use advanced statistics, and sensitive experimental methods, to reveal the nature of these processes. They do this to advance our knowledge of human thought and behavior, and to apply this knowledge in real world settings.
As a students on the MSc in Cognitive Science, you’ll develop a theoretical understanding of the human brain and human cognitive function, and learn how to use this understanding to solve real world problems. You’ll learn how to develop your own computational and statistical models of cognitive process; how to analyse large and complex data sets; and how to use experimental tools, including functional brain imaging and eye-tracking technology, to measure human behavior.
The following degree programmes qualify the student for admission to the Master’s degree programme in Cognitive Science:
- The bachelor programme in Cognitive Science (Aarhus University)
- The bachelor programme in Product and Design Psychology (Aalborg University)
Other qualifications can provide admission to the Master’s degree programme, provided the university assesses that their level, extent and content correspond to the degrees mentioned above. The assessment committee will emphasis courses focused on cognition, neuroscience, experimental methods, statistics, and programming.
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