The two curricula are:
- Linguistics and Cognition
- Philosophy and Cognition

In the first year the two curricula overlap, except for one dedicated course for each.
In the second year, each curriculum includes four dedicated courses, plus two courses to be freely chosen by the student.

Academic year 2016-2017

First Year

First semester

Academic English and translation (common)
Logic and theory of meaning – part A (common)
Philosophy of mind (common)
Computational Linguistics (curriculum Linguistics & Cognition)
Epistemology (curriculum Philosophy & Cognition)

Second semester

Logic and theory of meaning – part B (common)
Syntactic structures and compositional semantics (common)
Theory of grammar and language acquisition (common)
Language, society and ideology (common)

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Second Year (curriculum Linguistics and Cognition; enrolled in 2015-2016)

First semester

Psycholinguistics
Syntax-semantics interface (students must follow ‘Logic of Natural language’)

Second semester

Corpus approaches to discourse analysis
Morphosyntax and experimental studies on language

Second Year (curriculum Philosophy and Cognition; enrolled in 2015-2016)

First semester

Logic of Natural language
First order logic (students must follow ‘Formal systems’ at the Department of Information engineering and mathematics)

Second semester

Theory of argumentation
Theory of science and theory of knowledge