Without prejudice to the need for a broad and general philosophical training, two reasons call for specialization in the area of philosophical studies during the Master's programme.
Firstly, specialist training allows graduates to become aware of the specificity and complexity of problems, both theoretical and practical, as required of a professional nowadays.
Secondly, over the last decades the areas of philosophical research have become increasingly rich and diverse. Not only do they provide specific content and reasoning tools aimed at developing critical ability, they also deepen relationships with various fields of study including: psychology, linguistics, information technology, art, history, sociology, political science, anthropology, pedagogy, biology, physics, mathematics.
For this purpose, the degree programme requires graduates to follow orientation courses in Year I, and specialist courses in their chosen field in Year II, while exploring the multiple interactions with related and complementary disciplines. The knowledge, skills and competences gained allow students to write and discuss their thesis at a specialist level.
Graduates in Philosophical Sciences from The University of Milan, will be able to:
- conduct independent research in the context of doctoral or research programs in philosophy and related sciences in Italy and abroad;
- teach philosophy, history, pedagogy and demo-anthropological disciplines in high schools and other secondary schools;
- fill in management and coordination roles in the public administration;
- work in HR recruiting and development, communication, intercompany relations, and cultural programmes in public and private organisations;
- work as editorial director, or manuscript editor;
- work as cultural event manager, or copywriter;
- work in corporate and work-life balance counselling;
- work in promoting cooperation in the workplace or otherwise in multi-cultural societies.
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- Logical methods
- Philosophical Analysis
- Rules, Reason and Norms
- Biopolitics: bodies, health and food
- Descriptive Phenomenology
- Language and metaphisics
- Logic of computation and information
- Philosophy of cognitive neuroscience
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- proficiency in English at a B1 level or higher, under to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), is required for admission. Candidates (except for native English speakers) must demonstrate that they have acquired competences and skills in the English language as specified below.
- By a language certification at or above B1, obtained no more than 3 years earlier.
- By the English level achieved during a Bachelor's degree programme through SLAM courses and tests.
- by the entrance test, which will be delivered by SLAM. All those who fail to submit a valid certificate or do not meet the required proficiency level will be invited to take the test through the admission procedure.
International312 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 156 EUR per semester during 24 months.
EU/EEA312 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 156 EUR per semester during 24 months.
- The first instalment EUR 156
- The second instalment differ based on ISEE, the degree programme, the student status (on track / off track), the citizenship.
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