module 
code 
title 
credit 
contact hours 
Background
Courses
(Example 
Philosophy BA with Found. of Physics module)

A1 
Calculus

28 

A2 
Vector
calculus 
A3 
Mechanics

A4 
Electrodynamics 
A5 
Atom
and quantum physics 
A6 
Fundaments
of
statistical
Physics 





Core
Courses 
T1 
Introduction
to
the
Philosophy of Social Science 
4 
45 
T2 
Theories
of
Meaning 
4 
45 
T3 
Metatheory 
8 
90 
T4 
Philosophy
of
Science 
8 
90 
T5 
Basic
Problems
of
Metaphysics 
4 
45 
T6 
Science
and
Metaphysics 
4 
45 
T7 
Logic
and
Philosophy
of Science Seminar III 
8 
90 





Logic
and
the
Philosophy
of
Mathematics 
LM1.1 
Advanced
and
Abstract
Model Theory 
4 
45 
LM1.2 
Logical
Foundations
of
Special Relativity 
LM2.1 
Proof
Theory
and
Logic Programming 
4 
45 
LM2.2 
Nonstandard
Analysis 
LM2.3 
Logical
Foundations
of
General Relativity 
LM3.1 
Static
and
Dynamic
Theories of Meaning 
5 
45 
LM3.2 
Foundations
of
Mathematics
in Firstorder versus Higherorder Logic 
LM4.1 
Alternative
Set
Theories 
4 
45 
LM4.2 
Resolving
Apparent
Circularities
in Foundations 
LM4.3 
Paradoxes,
Circularity,
Wellfoundedness 
LM5.1 
Algebraic
Logic 
4 
45 
LM5.2 
Structuralism,
Categories,
and
Algebraic Logic 
LM6.1 
Absoluteness
of
Logics 
4 
45 
LM6.2 
Theory
of
Definitions.
Applications in the Methodology of Sciences. 
LM6.3 
Physicalist
Account
of
Mathematics 
LM7.1 
Computability 
4 
45 
LM7.2 
Frege
Arithmetic 





Logic
in
Linguistics 
N1 
Compositionality 
4 
45 
N2 
Linguistics
and
Cognitive
Science 
5 
45 
N3 
same
as LM3 


N4 
Rules,
Representations,
Formalisms 
4 
45 
N5 
Temporality
in
Natural
Language 
4 
45 
N6 
Computational
Knowledge
Representation 
4 
45 
N7 
Meaning
and
Reference 
4 
45 





Models
in
the
Social
Sciences 
TT1 
Max
Weber
and
the Methodology of Social Sciences 
4 
45 
TT2 
Types
of
Explanation
in the Social and Historical Sciences 
4 
45 
TT3 
Rational
Choice
Theory 
3 
45 
TT4 
Political
Science
with
Economic Methods 
4 
45 
TT5 
Methodological
Individualism 
4 
45 
TT6 
Game
Theory
and
the Social Sciences 
9 
90 





Foundations
of
Physics 
F1 
same
as LM1 


F2 
same
as LM2 


F3 
Quantum
Mechanics
as
Nonclassical Probability Theory 
4 
45 
F4 
Empirical
vs.
Theoretical
Concepts of Physics 
4 
45 
F5 
Nogo
Theorems
of
Quantum Mechanics 
4 
45 
F6 
Interpretations
of
Quantum
Theory 
9 
90 