Postgraduate study in Logic and Computation

Postgraduate study in Logic and Computation

Logic and Computation is an integrated subject that is studied in leading universities and research groups around the world.

At the University of Auckland Logic and Computation is an inter-faculty programme between Arts and Science. It involves Philosophy, Applied Language Studies and Linguistics, Computer Science and Mathematics.

At postgraduate level the focus is on supervised research with staff, all of whom are actively engaged in research in the field at an international level. You can also take courses taught by the contributing disciplinary areas.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Logic and Computation

The BA(Hons) is a stand alone degree at postgraduate level. It may be taken after a completed BA and is awarded as a separate qualification. The BA(Hons) may be used as the entry qualification for the one year MA.

Admission requirements

A BA with a major in Logic and Computation. You must have an average grade of B or higher in 45 points above Stage II in the major.

Programme overview

Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

Required course of study

Consult the BA(Hons) schedule for the courses you may take and how to structure your study.

Master of Arts in Logic and Computation

Programme overview

Master of Arts

There are two separate MA options, depending on your entrance pathway.

120-point (one-year) MA

The 120-point MA requires one year of full-time study, with admission from a BA(Hons) or PGDipArts. The MA in Logic and Computation is available as a research masters.

Admission requirements

A BA(Hons) or PGDipArts in Logic and Computation with at least Second Class Honours, First Division.

Required course of study

Consult the MA schedule for how to structure your study.

240-point (two-year) MA

The 240-point MA requires two consecutive years of full-time study, with admission from a BA or approved equivalent qualification. The MA in Logic and Computation is available as a research masters.

Admission requirements

A BA with a major in History. You must have an average grade of B or higher in at least 45 points above Stage II in the major.

To progress to the second year of the MA

In the first 120 points of MA enrolment, you must achieve:

  • An average grade of B, or
  • For a research masters, any grade specified for enrolment in a thesis or research portfolio.

If you do not achieve the required grade, enrolment for the MA cannot continue.

Required course of study

Consult the MA schedule for how to structure your study and for the courses you may take.

Apply and enrol

To apply and enrol for postgraduate study, visit our page on how to apply.

Contact a Graduate Adviser

For more information on postgradute study in Logic and Computation, contact an Adviser.