REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS

PHILOSOPHY

Professor and Head of the Department D. Thompson

The degree of Master of Arts is offered in Philosophy by full-time or part-time study. The program is designed so that it may be completed in one academic year (three semesters) of full-time study.

The candidate must complete 15 credit hours - 3 credit hours from 6000, 9 credit hours from 6011-6016, any 3 credit hours from 6101-6102 - and a thesis.

Normally, a full-time candidate will complete all the 15 credit hours and submit a thesis proposal by the end of the second semester of study. A minimum of one additional semester will be spent in completing the balance of the program.

COURSES

6000. Graduate Seminar.

Author Seminars:

6011. Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
6012. Modern Philosophy
6013. Contemporary Philosophy

Area Seminars:

6014. Metaphysics
6015. Theory of Knowledge
6016. Ethical and Political Theory

Tutorials:

6101. Selected Texts
6102. Current Issues
6040-6099. Special Topics


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