The Philosophy Department offers a comprehensive Program in the history and problems of philosophy, allowing for concentration in the following areas: Ancient Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy, Continental Philosophy from Kant to the present, Social and Political Philosophy, and Philosophy of Science.Requirements for the M.A. are as follows: ten courses (30 credits); proficiency in one foreign language; and a one hour and fifteen minute oral comprehensive examination on a reading list in the history of philosophy. The M.A. may be taken on a full time basis or on a part time basis. Financial aid and tuition remission are not normally available for students seeking an M.A.
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Introduction to Ethics
- Practical Ethics
- Political Philosophy
- 17th and 18th Century Philosophy
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- Statement of Purpose
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