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. Seminars and research-focused courses are also offered.
Below is a list of current graduate course offerings.
|Course Number||Course Title||Sections|
|PHIL 8010||Workshop in History of Philosophy||Sections |
|PHIL 8090||Seminar: History of Modern Philosophy||Sections |
|PHIL 8180||Seminar: Philosophy of Language||Sections |
|PHIL 8300||Workshop in Moral and Political Philosophy||Sections |
|PHIL 8333||FTE: Master's||Sections |
|PHIL 8444||FTE: Doctoral||Sections |
|PHIL 8500||Workshop in Aesthetics||Sections |
|PHIL 8670||Seminar: Philosophy of Science||Sections |
|PHIL 8777||Thesis Credits: Master's||Sections |
|PHIL 8888||Thesis Credit: Doctoral||Sections |
|PHIL 8993||Directed Study||Sections |
|PHIL 8994||Directed Research||Sections |