Awarded by: National University of Ireland
The course explores issues relating to the understanding of the human mind from philosophical, psychological, and computational perspectives. Students learn to understand interdisciplinary approaches to topics related to human behavior and mind. This goes beyond the view offered by any single contributing discipine. Critical thinking and independent judgement are highly encouraged. The programme has been designed to particularly suit those considering PhD level research, and it should allow candidates to tackle more ambitious and interdisciplinary topics in their research than would otherwise be the case.
About this institute
UCD traces its origins to the Catholic University of Ireland founded in 1854 by Cardinal John Henry Newman, author of the celebrated 'The Idea of a University'. Since its start, the University College Dublin has played a central role in...
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