Each course taken may be counted only once and applied toward only one requirement (e.g., CSE 463 may be applied to the content courses or to the focus area, but not to both). Many courses in the focus areas have prerequisite requirements. For more information students should check individual course descriptions in the undergraduate catalog and/or speak with the Cognitive Science advisor.
For students not continuously registered at UB or who are newly admitted transfer students, courses taken more than 10 years prior to the date of admission or readmission to the University may constitute no more than 20% of a major program in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Programs. Students who have more than 20% of course work over 10 years old will be required to complete additional courses in the major.
Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Programs does not support joint majors. Students pursuing a double major may use a maximum of two advanced courses towards both majors.