Our course curriculum, departmental areas of research, and individual research interests allow us to incorporate a wide range of modes of inquiry, including those drawn from the Humanities, Social Sciences, Logic and Mathematics, and Natural Sciences. By valuing the legitimacy and relevance of research at every level of analysis, and acknowledging that no one model of language can provide all the answers (or even address all the pertinent questions), we provide a foundation for the following degrees in a department that is built upon a tradition of unique pluralism.
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- Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery
- Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) Program
- Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science