The Graduate School has also developed a quick reference guide to help you quickly access the information you need about semesters and graduate student credit hours, GA appointments, and enrollment, etc. Click here to see it: quick reference guide
Most graduate course work takes the form of seminars that are used to satisfy Course Number and Distribution Requirements. For more information about the program requirements please see the links in the right hand column. Beginning students are required to take a First-Year Seminar which is an intensive introduction to a topic and is usually taught by two faculty members.
The William H. Fink Prize for the outstanding graduate student essay in philosophy is awarded annually.
The Philosophy Department has several affiliated professors from other departments. Many of both the graduate students and the faculty make use of the relationship between the excellent Department of Linguistics, Department of Mathematics, and Department of Comparative Studies by attending one another's seminars, colloquia, reading groups, etc. Some of the graduate students have gone on to obtain dual degrees (or certificates) in these other departments.