Computer Science and Philosophy
This is a three or four year course, leading either to a BA degree after three years, or a Masters degree after four years. The first year of the degree covers core material in both subjects, including a bridging course studying Alan Turing's pioneering work on computability and artificial intelligence.
Later years include a wide range of options, with an emphasis on courses near the interface between the two subjects. The fourth year provides you with the opportunity to study advanced topics and to undertake a more in-depth research project..
- 2017 Undergraduate Course Handbook (NEW REGULATIONS)
- 2017 Undergraduate Course Handbook supplement (NEW REGULATIONS)
- 2017 Undergraduate Course Handbook supplement (OLD REGULATIONS)
- 2017 Undergradute Course Handbook (OLD REGULATIONS)
- 2018 Undergraduate Course Handbook v.1.1
- 2018 Undergraduate Course Handbook v1.2
- Referencing Guide