The department offers courses, seminars, and dissertation direction culminating in the award of an MA/PhD or a PhD in philosophy. While the program touches diverse areas of philosophy, its chief orientation is toward Continental Philosophy, with many members of the department concentrating on issues in ethics and values studies within this tradition or in relation to the broader philosophical tradition.

The MA/PhD and PhD in Philosophy may be expanded to include a graduate certificate program in Women’s and Gender Studies or Business Ethics. The combined certificate program requires the careful selection of elective courses to fulfill all requirements. A separate application process is required. Students who are interested in the combined certificate programs should contact the graduate program director for additional information.​

Core Requirements 112 hours
   Total hours required    112 hours