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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. Seminars and research-focused courses are also offered.

Below is a list of current graduate course offerings.

Fall 2019

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
PHIL 8010Workshop in History of PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8100Workshop in Epistemology and MetaphysicsSections [1]
PHIL 8210Seminar: Logical TheorySections [1]
PHIL 8300Workshop in Moral and Political PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
PHIL 8600Workshop in the Philosophy of ScienceSections [1]
PHIL 8710Seminar: Feminist PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8777Thesis Credits: Master'sSections [1]
PHIL 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
PHIL 8993Directed StudySections [1]
PHIL 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]

Spring 2020

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
PHIL 8010Workshop in History of PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8200Workshop in Logic and Philosophy of MathematicsSections [1]
PHIL 8300Workshop in Moral and Political PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8310Seminar: Moral PhilosophySections [1]
PHIL 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
PHIL 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
PHIL 8600Workshop in the Philosophy of ScienceSections [1]
PHIL 8610Seminar: History of Modern Physical SciencesSections [1]
PHIL 8777Thesis Credits: Master'sSections [1]
PHIL 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
PHIL 8993Directed StudySections [1]
PHIL 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]