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 2022

  • PHIL 5101 Metaphysics
  • PHIL 5201 Symbolic Logic I
  • PHIL5601 History of Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 5605 Space and Time
  • PHIL  5760 Discussion Topic: Baldwin and Fanon
  • PHIL 5760 Discussion Topic: Causes & Consequences of Medical Research Scandals
  • PHIL 8640 Seminar: Philosophy of Cognitive Sciences
  • PHIL 8710 Seminar: Feminist Theory

Spring 2023

  • PHIL 5202  Symbolic Logic II
  • PHIL 5222 Philosophy of Math
  • PHIL 5231 Philosophy of Language
  • PHIL 5311 History of Moral Theories
  • PHIL 5414 Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 5415 Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 5760 Selected Topics in Philosophy: Medical Consumerism
  • PHIL 8090 Seminar: History of Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 8310 Seminar: Morall Philosophy