Graduate Course Scheduling

Course Schedule

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

Delayed Enrollment for Third Year Students

Students who are in their third year in the program and who are receiving an assistantship are required to delay their registration, in order to leave space in classes for students in their first or second year.

Date third year students may enroll:

  • For Fall semester classes: July 1
  • For Spring semester classes: December 1