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Master of Arts Major in Teaching Philosophy (Non-Thesis)

Master of Arts Major in Teaching Philosophy (Non-Thesis)

The Master of Arts major in Teaching Philosophy program requires the completion of 36 academic units distributed among the four modules of 9 units per module taken every summer.

I. REQUIRED SUBJECTS/MODULE (36 units)
Module 1 Summer 2005 (9 units)
PH 266 S Logic 3 units
PH 267 S Philosophical Anthropology 3 units
PH 215 S Survey of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy 3 units

Module 2 Summer 2006 (9 units)
PH 201 S Metaphysics 3 units
PH 202 S Theory of Knowledge 3 units
PH 268 S Survey of Modern Philosophy 3 units

Module 3 Summer 2007 (9 units)
PH 269 S Fundamental Ethics 3 units
PH 204 S Philosophy of Religion 3 units
PH 270 S Survey of Contemporary Philosophy 3 units

Module 4 Summer 2008 (9 units)
PH 242 S Seminar in Teaching Philosophy 3 units
PH 271 S Social Philosophy 3 units
* Elective 3 units

*The three-unit elective subject may be taken from the Department or from other departments.

II. COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS
In the summer marking the completion of all the subjects in the four modules, the student is expected to present himself/herself for the comprehensive examinations.

These will be composed of two four-hour written examinations on topics covering:
1. A period in the history of Philosophy
2. A topic in systematic Philosophy

At the discretion of the Department Chairperson, one-hour oral examinations may be substituted for the written comprehensive examinations. To qualify for graduation, the candidate must be enrolled during the particular summer he/she is expected to graduate.

SUMMARY
Required Subjects 36 units
Comprehensive Examinations -
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Total 36 units






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