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Joint Ph.D. Program in Psychology and Cognitive Science
In May of 2011 Tufts approved a new Joint Ph.D. Program in
Cognitive Science. Students desiring to be admitted to this
program must first (or simultaneously) be admitted to one of three
other graduate programs at Tufts (so-called "home" departments). At
this time these include: Psychology,
and Child Study
and Human Development (note
other programs may be included in the future). This page provides
information about the joint psychology/cognitive science Ph.D.
Summary of Cognitive Science Requirements for Psychology Ph.D. Students1
In addition to the Psychology Ph.D. requirements a minimum of 12 cognitive science courses (note that many of these also count towards the Psychology requirements):
Below are four additional requirement of all Joint Ph.D. students:
1 For further and more detailed information about the Tufts Joint Cognitive science Ph.D. program visit the CogSci web site.
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