Programme of Science in Society
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In order to create a coherent programme contact your student advisor.
The specialisation Science in Society contains the following programme specific components:
|B.||Master Seminar||6 EC|
|C.||Mathematical electives||23 EC|
|D.||Philosophy course||3 EC|
|E.||Professional Preparation||1 EC|
|F.||Free elective||6 EC|
|G.||SiS specific programme||57 EC|
Overall, a maximum of 12 ec of third year bachelor's courses Mathematics is allowed, to be approved by the examination board.
A. Major (24 EC)
A coherent set of components (meaning either compulsory courses or electives) from one of the research specialisations, as referred to in this Prospectus. Also consult the list of Mastermath courses (pdf, 75 kB) for possibilities. In case you have questions or need help, contact your student advisor.
B. Master Seminar (6 EC)
C. Mathematical electives (23 EC):
Mathematical electives to be approved by the Examination Board.
D. Philosophy (3 EC)
One of the following courses should be completed:
- NWI-FFIL300C Philosophy of Mathematical Practice (3 EC)
- NWI-WM040B Philosophy of Mathematics (3 EC) * not taught in 2019-2020
E. Professional Preparation (1 EC)
F. Free electives (6 EC)
Not necessarily within mathematics.