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We offer courses in all the traditional areas of philosophy (metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, history of philosophy, etc.). We have special faculty strengths in ethics and value theory, broadly construed to include social and political philosophy, the philosophy of law, and moral psychology, and in those areas of metaphysics and epistemology that intersect with ethics and value theory, for example, the epistemology of belief, the metaphysics of action and agency, and nature and moral significance of luck, and so on. For more information about current areas of faculty expertise and interest, see: Our Faculty.
At the undergraduate level, we offer both a major and a minor in philosophy. Click for more information about our undergraduate program.
At the graduate level, we offer both the M.A. and the Ph.D. degrees. Click for more information about our graduate program.
We are a smaller but dynamic department. In addition to teaching, our faculty are actively engaged in research and scholarship. Further, the department regularly hosts prominent visiting speakers who lecture on a wide range of topics. It also regularly organizes and hosts conferences and symposia, typically on topics of faculty research or of special interest to students. Additionally, faculty and graduate students regularly present works in progress to the department in a somewhat less formal context conducive to discussion and welcoming to philosophers at every level, including undergraduates, regardless of their formal affiliation with the department. If you're keen on finding out more about what we do when we're not teaching our classes, check our schedule of upcoming events and make plans to attend a few.