Courses

For all philosophy course descriptions,
see the University Catalog.

The Department of Philosophy offers focused graduate courses on various topics, including ELMS (epistemology, language, metaphysics, science), history, logic, and value theory. We also offer seminars and research-focused courses.

Below is a list of current graduate course offerings.

Fall 2021

  • PHIL 5055 Kant
  • PHIL 5105 Epistemology
  • PHIL 5209 Mathematical Methods for Philosophy
  • PHIL 5221 Philosophy of Logic
  • PHIL 5321 Theories of Justice
  • PHIL 5606 Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics
  • PHIL 5607 Philosophy of the Biological Sciences
  • PHIL 5622 Philosophy & Feminist Theory
  • PHIL 8180 Seminar: Philosophy of Language
  • PHIL 8670 Seminar: Philosophy of Science

Spring 2022

  • PHIL 5009 Existentialism
  • PHIL 5010 Ancient Philosophers
  • PHIL 5211 Modal Logic
  • PHIL 5231 Philosophy of Language
  • PHIL 5331 Contemporary Moral Theories
  • PHIL 5415: Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 5510: Philosophy of Individual Arts
  • PHIL 5760: Selected Topics in Philosophy (Chinese Philosophy; Philosophy of Gender and Race)
  • PHIL 8210: Seminar: Logical Theory
  • PHIL 8420: Seminar: Political Philosophy