The examination for Part B shall consist of units in Mathematics and subjects in Philosophy. The schedule of units in Mathematics shall be published on the Mathematical Institute website by the beginning of the Michaelmas Full Term in the academic year of the examination concerned, after consultation with the Mathematics Teaching Committee. The schedule shall be in two parts: Schedule 1 (standard units) and Schedule 2 (additional units). In Philosophy the subjects shall be subjects 101-118, 120, 122, 124, 125, 127, 128, 198 and 199 from the list given in Special Regulations for All Honour Schools Including Philosophy.
Each candidate shall offer:
(i) Four units of Mathematics from Schedule 1, two of which shall be B1.1 Logic and B1.2 Set Theory,
(ii) three subjects in Philosophy from 101-118, 120, 122, 124, 125 and 127, 128 and 198 of which two must be 122 and either 101 or 102, and
(iii) either two further units in Mathematics drawn from Schedules 1 and 2 combined or one further subject in Philosophy from subjects 101-118, 120, 124, 125, 127, 128, 198 and 199: Thesis.
Note that the units listed under Schedule 2 are not available to those who wish to offer a total of four Philosophy subjects.
All units in Mathematics are drawn from the list of options for Mathematics Part B.
Schedule 1 comprises those Mathematics Department courses for which the core and options in Mathematics & Philosophy Part A provide the requisite background.
Schedule 2 contains an Extended Essay option and certain further courses from Mathematics Part B appropriate for the Joint School.
In addition you may apply for special approval to be examined in Mathematics Department units not included under Schedule 1; any such subject approved will be treated as falling under Schedule 2. For the procedure for seeking approval, see below.
You can register for the Part B Mathematics courses you would like to take by selecting the courses from the list that appears below. Please note, that only one submission will be allowed per person so you should ensure that you have selected all of the courses you want to register for before submitting the form. The choices that you make now are not binding but will be used to plan teaching for next year.