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Philosophy & Education
In the Department of Arts & Humanities
M.A. in Philosophy and Education
The Master of Arts degree program is designed to introduce educators and professionals with a wide variety of interests to the study of philosophy and education. In addition to the required 12 points in Philosophy and Education courses, students may use their electives to develop an area of educational interest (e.g., educational policy, curriculum and teaching, developmental psychology, etc.) and to develop an area of philosophical interest (e.g., ethics, social philosophy, philosophical anthropology, etc.).
For inquiries about masters studies, please contact the Coordinator of Master Degrees Studies, Associate Professor Megan Laverty.