Philosophy (MA) (60EC)
About the programme
The master’s in Philosophy is a one-year, English-taught programme. The programme offers four specialisations:
- Ethics and Politics
- History and Philosophy of the Sciences
- Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture
- Philosophical Perspectives on Politics and the Economy
Each specialisation consists of a total study load of 60EC.
- Internship options
- Class presentations
- Midterm and term papers
All courses are taught by academics who are active researchers. Content is continuously updated to reflect contemporary academic debates and the very latest insights – many from the research conducted by lecturers on the programme. The academically-rigorous design of the programme aims to develop in you essential skills in reasoning and critical thinking, as well as advanced abilities in independently conducting high-quality scientific research and developing this data into an academic dissertation.
For a detailed programme, please visit the programme information for each of the specialisations or visit our Prospectus.
Researcher and University Lecturer
“The master programme's in Philosophy place central importance on the student's ability to critically assess earlier ideas, develop their own arguments, and reach independent conclusions. These skills are trained in every course.”