Graduate Course Offerings
Below you will find the proposed 2019/2020 course schedule . Instructor and course information is subject to change, Please refer to the Academic Timetable for any last minute changes.
Fall Classes 2020 - Please consult Academic Timetable regarding course delivery
|PHIL 5105: Ethics||Scherkoske|
|PHIL 5115: Topics in Ethics I: Blame and Forgiveness||Scherkoske|
|PHIL 5170: Contemporary Feminist Theories
|PHIL 5700: Philosophy of Race
|PHIL 5851: Metaphysics||Hildebrand|
Proposed Winter Classes 2021 (subject to change)
|PHIL 5051: Epistemology
|PHIL 5190 Topics in the History of Philosophy 1
|PHIL 5211: Philosophy of Law||Kapusta
|PHIL 5420: Philosophy of Biology||Meynell||MW||4:05-5:25
|PHIL 5500:Topics in Feminist Philosophy
|PHIL 5640: 20th Century Philosophy||MacIntosh
|PHIL 5805: Philosophy of Medicine||Borgerson||TR||1:05-2:25|
The Philosophy Department offers three different kinds of graduate courses, as follows:
General classes survey a wide range of topics and are designed to acquaint students with the major theories and developments in a field. They are suitable for those who have not specialized in the field as an undergraduate.
Seminar classes, which assume some previous exposure to the subject, are central to the graduate program. These seminars are designed to deepen the student's understanding of an area by focusing on a specific theme or problem.
Students in the MA program must take a minimum of three half-year seminar classes (9 credit hours) as part of their total (18 credit hours). Students in the PhD program must take at least four half-year seminar classes (12 credit hours) as part of their total (18 credit hours).
Directed Study Classes
Directed Study classes are developed jointly by a student and the instructor in special cases to suit individual interests and needs.These classes are subject to departmental approval. If you are interested in a directed study course, please contact the Graduate Coordinator.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Greg Scherkoske