Logic is the study of formal and informal reasoning. Originally a branch of philosophy, logic has also become a mathematical discipline, a tool of modern linguistics, the core of computer science and an object of study for psychologists and cognitive scientists of every description. The field now reaches into virtually every aspect of human (and nonhuman) thought. The goal of the logic minor is to provide students with the tools, techniques and concepts necessary to appreciate logic and to apply it to other fields.
- Albert G Mosley, philosophy
- James Henle, mathematics
- Jay L. Garfield, philosophy (on leave through 2015-2016)
- Samuel Ruhmkorff, philosophy