Program Director: Dr. David Arias
The Master of Arts in Philosophy can be completed Online only.
Summary of the Master of Arts in Philosophy
The Master of Arts in Philosophy program is a course of study designed to give a broad acquaintance with the major philosophical disciplines. It is a flexible program, with a six year time limit from entry into the program to completion of the degree requirements. The program is designed to prepare men and women for ministry, teaching philosophy, religion or theology, for a subsequent Post-Master’s Certificate in Theology, or for licentiate or doctoral work. Classes also serve as enrichment for persons in other professions wanting to deepen understanding of their faith or seeking to integrate their faith into their daily lives.
Students may pursue one of five concentrations within the philosophy program: Christian Wisdom; Ethics; General Studies; History of Philosophy; and Systematic Philosophy.
In This Section:
- Admission Requirements MA Philosophy
- M.A. Philosophy Program Goals
- M.A. Philosophy Learning Outcomes
- Areas of Study for the Master of Arts in Philosophy
- Core Curriculum MA Philosophy
- Course Requirements by Concentration MA in Philosophy
- Summative Evaluation Requirement
- Foreign and Ancient Languages