Graduate Course Scheduling

In an effort to assist graduate students in planning their schedules, the Department offers certain high-demand courses on a regular schedule. While the Department cannot guarantee that the schedule below will always be followed, the Department will do everything humanly possible to follow it.

Fall Semesters

  • At least one 6000-level course which meets the history requirement
  • At least one 6000-level course which meets the metaphysics and epistemology requirement
  • At least one 6000-level course which meets the value theory requirement
  • Seminar in History
  • Seminar in Metaphysics/Epistemology
  • Seminar in Ethics/Social/Political

Spring Semesters

  • At least one 6000-level course which meets the history requirement
  • At least one 4/6 course which meets the metaphysics and epistemology requirement
  • Phil 6500, Symbolic Logic
  • Phil 6820, Philosophy of Law
  • Seminar in History
  • Seminar in Phil Mind/Neurophilosophy/Metaphysics/Epistemology
  • Seminar in Ethics/Social/Political
 
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