Graduate Degrees & Plans | Philosophy & Religion

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Graduate Degrees & Plans

The Graduate Program in Philosophy at UNT offers a world-class learning experience that prepares students for both academic and non-academic careers. Graduate students study with nationally and internationally known faculty members in the fields of environmental philosophy and the philosophy of science, technology, and society. Our curriculum is grounded in the history of philosophy with a strong emphasis in environmental philosophy. It also offers broad latitude for students to craft a degree plan to suit their interests, including interdisciplinary work across campus and internships beyond campus. We are home to the Center for Environmental Ethics and the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program as well as research projects focused on food, water, and philosophy for children.

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