The department offers a comprehensive Program in the history and problems of philosophy, allowing for concentration in the following areas: Ancient Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy, Continental Philosophy from Kant to the present, Social and Political Philosophy, and Philosophy of Science.
A significant feature of the Program is the extensive and diverse range of courses available to graduate students every semester.
The department offers an M.A. Program and a Ph.D. Program. The Graduate Director and Graduate Committee administer these Programs.
Professor Jeffrey Bloechl
Graduate Program Assistant