Mathematics and Philosophy (3 Years) [BSc]

Mathematics and philosophy have long enjoyed a close relationship. Many notable philosophers were also mathematicians and the fundamental questions of mathematics lead into basic philosophical quandaries.

While this course aims to provide you with an advanced level of understanding about each subject, it also aims to let you explore the fascinating interplay between the two disciplines.

The course content is closely aligned with the two individual single honours courses, so a transfer on to either of these courses is possible at the end of your first year.

In all three years your time will be split equally between the two subjects. In year 3 you will undertake a 20 credit dissertation and a further 40 credits with one completely free choice of course unit.

Year 1 course units | Year 2 course units | Year 3 course units 

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