Major Requirements for the B.A. Degree
- Degree requirement checklists (on the JHU advising site).
- See also General Requirements for Departmental Majors, in the Johns Hopkins University Catalog.
A. One Introductory Course
- 050.101 Cognition
B. Three Courses From Each of Two Focal Areas
Among the five concentration areas, two are designated by the student as focal areas, the other three are treated as nonfocal areas. At least one course in each focal area must be at the 300-600 level. These courses may not include research, readings, or practical.
C. One Course From Each Nonfocal Area
These courses may be at any level.
D. Three Additional Courses at 300-600 Level
Chosen from any of the five areas of concentration or other offerings in the Department of Cognitive Science. Students may use 3 credits of research to satisfy one of these course requirements.
The statistics sequence:
Two of the Following Courses:
F. Foreign Language Requirement
- One modern foreign language at the intermediate level
- Two modern foreign languages at the elementary level