This master’s degree provides a solid background in advanced logic, both pure and applied. Its courses cover a wide variety of areas, from mathematical logic and applications to computer science, artificial intelligence and computational linguistics. In addition, two foundation courses are offered to students who require a basic introduction to logic or mathematics.
The Master in Pure and Applied Logic is designed specifically for graduates in mathematics, computer science and philosophy. Graduates in related fields, such as physics or linguistics, may also be considered for admission.