Mathematics and Philosophy
Requirements for a Joint Concentration in Mathematics and Philosophy
This degree program is for students who wish to combine the fields of mathematics and philosophy, usually with an emphasis on logic.
Prerequisites: MA 123 and 124, or 127, or 129; MA 225 or 230; MA 293; and PH 100 or 110
Principal Courses: At least six courses in mathematics and six courses in philosophy at the 200 level or above, with a grade of C or higher.
Required Mathematics Courses:
- MA 242 or 442
- MA 531 and 532
- MA 411, 412 or MA 511, 512
- and any one of the following: MA 294, 341, or any course numbered 400 or higher.
Required Philosophy Courses:
CAS PH 468; three courses in philosophy above the 100 level; any
two of the following: CAS PH 422, 443, 460, 474.