B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy Program By Yale University | Top Universities

B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy

B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy

  • QS World University Rankings
    17
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
  • Scholarships No

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The Mathematics and Philosophy major allows students to explore those areas where philosophy and mathematics meet, in particular, mathematical and philosophical logic and the philosophy of mathematics. The prerequisite for the major is MATH 120. The major requires twelve term courses including the prerequisite and the senior seminar. Of the remaining courses, at least four must be in Mathematics at the 200 level or higher and five must be in Philosophy. All Philosophy courses are eligible for credit toward the major, with the exception of First-Order Logic (PHIL 115). Required courses include Set Theory (MATH 270), Mathematical Logic (PHIL 267), Computability and Logic (PHIL 427), an additional advanced Philosophy course with a substantive logical component, and one seminar in either Mathematics or Philosophy (other than PHIL 427) that fulfills the senior requirement (see below). Set Theory (MATH 270) and Mathematical Logic (PHIL 267) must be taken before the end of the junior year; it is strongly recommended that they be taken earlier.
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