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Minor in Symbolic Systems

Students may minor in Symbolic Systems by completing either item 1 or item 2 below.

  1. One course in each of the following core areas (please note that several of these courses have prerequisites):
    1. Cognition: SYMSYS 100* or PSYCH 55
    2. Logic and Computation: PHIL 150 or 151, or CS 103 or 154
    3. Computer Programming: CS 106B, 106X, or 107
    4. Philosophical Foundations: SYMSYS 100* or PHIL 80
    5. Formal Linguistics: LINGUIST 120, 130A, or 180
    6. Artificial Intelligence: CS 121 or 221
  2. SYMSYS 100, plus an interdisciplinary SSP concentration listed on the SSP web site at http://symsys.stanford.edu. To qualify, the selection of courses used for the minor must be interdisciplinary; it must either include courses from at least three departments, or include more than one course from each of two departments.

* SYMSYS 100 may not be counted for both areas 'a' and 'd'.

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