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18th February 2016, 08:01 AM
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Re: University of Memphis IIS

I would like to tell you about the University of Memphis Institute for Intelligent Systems Admissions Requirements as well as Programs, as you want.

A. Admissions Requirements

Students to the Cognitive Science Graduate Certificate may be admitted in any semester.

The certificate will be promoted across all departments in the University and within the Institute for Intelligent Systems.

Applicants currently admitted to a graduate program at the UofM may apply for admission.

B. Program Requirements
The program requires completion of 15 semester credit hours distributed as follows:

The following course is required: PSYC 7514-8514, Seminar:
Cognitive Science (Same as COMP 7514-8514 and PHIL 7514-8514)

One of the following courses is required:
PSYC 7207-8207, Developmental Psychology
PSYC 7503-8503, Seminar Experimental Psychology
PSYC 7701-8701, Behavioral Neuroscience
PSYC 7208-8208, Psychology of Perception
PSYC 7211-8211, Cognitive Processes
PSYC 7222-8222, Psychology of Human Memory
PSYC 7407-8407, Cognition & Emotion



One of the following courses is required:
AUSP 8017, Digital Signal Processing Speech/Hearing
EECE 7216-8216, Computer Vision
EECE 7262-8262, Logical Foundations Artificial Intelligence
COMP 7720-8720, Artificial Intelligence (Same as EECE 7720-8720)
COMP 7740-8740, Neural Networks (Same as EECE 7740-8740)
COMP 7745-8745, Computational Intelligence
COMP 7760-8760, Control of Autonomous Agents
EECE 7266-8266, Prolog Processing/Intelligent Systems
COMP 6720, Introduction Artificial Intelligence (Same as EECE 6720)
COMP 6730, Expert Systems (Same as EECE 6730.)
COMP 7118-8118, Topics in Data Mining
COMP 7282-8282, Evolutionary Computation
COMP 7770-8770, Knowledge Representation/Reasoning
COMP 7780-8780, Natural Language Processing (Same as PSYC 7221-8221)
PSYC 7313-8313, Computational Models Cognitive Science



One of the following courses is required:

AUSP 7002-8002, Seminar Communication Sciences
AUSP 7000-8000, Speech Science
ENGL 7511-8511, Survey of Linguistics
ENGL 7512-8512, Morphology and Syntax
ENGL 7590-8590, Applied/Theoretical Linguistics
AUSP 7006-8006, Language and Speech Development
AUSP 7008-8008, Acoustic and Perceptual Phonetics
AUSP 7011-8011, Psycholinguistics
ENGL 7507-8507, Empirical Methods Linguistic Research
ENGL 7508-8508, Corpus Linguistics



Electives: Total credits: 3 hours (1 course)
AUSP 7002-8002, Seminar Communication Sciences
AUSP 7000-8000, Speech Science
AUSP 7006-8006, Language and Speech Development
COMP 7720-8720, Artificial Intelligence (Same as EECE 7720-8720)
COMP 7740-8740, Neural Networks (Same as EECE 7740-8740)
COMP 7745-8745, Computational Intelligence
COMP 7760-8760, Control of Autonomous Agents
COMP 7770-8770, Knowledge Representation/Reasoning
COMP 7780-8780, Natural Language Processing (Same as PSYC 7221-8221)
IDT 7070-8070, The Instructional Design Process I
IDT 7074-8074, Theories and Models of Instructional Design
IDT 7090-8090, Development of Interactive Learning Environments I
PHIL 6421, Philosophy of Mind
PSYC 7207-8207, Developmental Psychology
PSYC 7208-8208, Psychology of Perception
PSYC 7211-8211, Cognitive Processes
PSYC 7222-8222, Psychology of Human Memory
AUSP 7008-8008, Acoustic and Perceptual Phonetics
AUSP 7011-8011, Psycholinguistics
AUSP 8017, Digital Signal Processing Speech/Hearing
EECE 7216-8216, Computer Vision
EECE 7262-8262, Logical Foundations Artificial Intelligence
EECE 7266-8266, Prolog Processing/Intelligent Systems
COMP 6720, Introduction Artificial Intelligence (Same as EECE 6720)
COMP 6730, Expert Systems (Same as EECE 6730.)
COMP 7118-8118, Topics in Data Mining
COMP 7282-8282, Evolutionary Computation
PSYC 7301-8301, Research Design and Methodology
PSYC 7313-8313, Computational Models Cognitive Science
PSYC 7407-8407, Cognition & Emotion
PSYC 7503-8503, Seminar Experiment Psychology
PSYC 7514-8514, Seminar: Cognitive Science (repeatable; Same as COMP 7514-8514 and PHIL 7514-8514)
PSYC 7701-8701, Behavioral Neuroscience


C. Graduation Requirements:
The Applicants should complete all five Courses (4 required, 1 elective) with an average grade of B (3.0) or higher, for a total of 15 credit hours.
In the semester of graduation, the Applicants should submit the Intent to Graduate form to the Graduate School and a Graduate Certificate Candidacy form to the College Director of Graduate Studies by the deadline specified by the Graduate School.


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University in Memphis, Tennessee
3720 Alumni Ave, Memphis, TN 38152, United States


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