Undergraduate study in Logic and Computation

What can you study in Logic and Computation?

You can study Logic and Computation as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) or the Bachelor of Arts (BA).

Logic and Computation combines courses from Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy and Linguistics. As a Logic and Computation student you can study courses in the following topics:

  • Algorithms
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Critical thinking
  • Data structures
  • Grammar
  • Logic
  • Pragmatics
  • Rationality
  • Syntax

Structuring your undergraduate programme in Logic and Computation

Where can undergraduate study in Logic and Computation take you?

Logic and Computation helps prepare you for a wide range of careers. This is because people’s dependence on computing and computing services is increasing and diversifying. Businesses, tertiary institutions and computing industries all need experts with sharp analytical, programming, creative thinking and communication skills.

Jobs related to Logic and Computation

  • Business, systems or security analyst
  • Cloud systems or software engineer
  • Computer consultant
  • Data, e-commerce solutions, software, information architect
  • Database developer or administrator
  • Digital designer
  • Front end, game, systems or web developer

Further study options

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)
  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Science
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Arts
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Science

Help and advice for Arts and Science students

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The Student Hubs services are available seven days a week at the City, Grafton, Epsom and Tai Tonga campuses and six days a week at Tai Tokerau, with friendly staff available to provide you with advice on any aspect of your studies and life at the University.

Find out more

If you would like to find out more about studying Logic and Computation, you can contact our Undergraduate Adviser.