Peer Advisors (Tier 1)
Peer advisors will help concentrators select a major track, identify courses that suit their interests, and plan course schedules.
Institute Coordinator (Tier 2)
Students will meet with Institute Coordinator when declaring, making course substitutions, discussing transfer/study abroad credit evaluations, preparing major release forms, and more.
Schedule an advising appointment online.
Advising Faculty (Tier 3)
Faculty advisors are faculty in Linguistics, Philosophy, and Psychology based on faculty research and teaching interests. Although all tracks are interdisciplinary, each has a particularly heavy concentration of courses in one of the sponsoring units, and advisors for a given track are primarily selected from that unit.
After declaring the major each student will meet for "Initial meeting" with the appropriate advisor who will help select her or his path and where appropriate suggest a different advisor who may be a better mach for the student's interest.
Decision and Cognition
Language and Cognition
Philosophy and Cognition
Computation and Cognition
Students will meet with faculty advisors for detailed discussions about their undergraduate preparation, graduate school, and research opportunities (including post-graduate training opportunities).