The Master of Arts in philosophy is a program that strengthens your understanding of the core areas of contemporary analytic philosophy as it relates to humans, the world and society. You will develop critical thinking and writing skills while improving your research and leadership skills, preparing you for advanced work as a teacher, in a research field or for further study in a doctoral program.
Graduate Catalog Program Information
Affiliated College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Degree(s) Offered: M.A. in Philosophy
Area(s) of Emphasis:
Program Requires GRE: No
Letters of Recommendation: 2
All application materials must be received by the appropriate deadline below to ensure priority consideration.
|Internationals Living Abroad||Applicants Residing in the U.S.||Priority Consideration|
|Fall||May 1||July 15||January 15|
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Department of Philosophy
Zulauf Hall 915
Director of Graduate Studies
Professor Carl Gillett