Masters Degree in Philosophy

Program Overview

The programme has two intakes: one in  August and another in January.  A student shall register for 8 courses for Part 1, four of which shall be core courses and four optional.  Optional courses will be chosen from a range of choices available in the year of enrolment.  Each course normally consists of 30 hours of teaching and is single weighted.  For full-time  students, the dissertation will normally be submitted at the end of the third semester.

 

Curriculum

  • MPA 501 - Epistemology
  • MPA 514 - African Philosophy

  • MPA 502 - Ethics
  • MPA 513 - Logic

Electives

  • MPA 524        Philosophy of History
  • MPA 508        Social Philosophy
  • MPA527         Philosophy of Mind
  • MPA 521        Islamic Philosophy
  • MPA 523        Philosophy of Education
  • MPA 526        Philosophy of Literature
  • MPA 503        Hermeneutics
  • MPA 535        Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
  • MPA 507        Economic Philosophy
  • MPA 511        A Major Philosopher: Kwame Nkrumah

 

Other Possible Electives

 

  • MPA 504        Metaphysics
  • MPA 505        Philosophy of Religion
  • MPA 506        Phil. Anthropology
  • MPA 516        Business Ethics
  • MPA 518        Issues in Science and Religion
  • MPA 519        Medical Ethics
  • MPA 522        Philosophy of Art
  • MPA 525        Philosophy of Language
  • MPA 528        Philosophy of Science
  • MPA 529        Philosophy of Writing
  • MPA 530        Philosophy of Action
  • MPA 532        Ethics of War
  • MPA 533        Computer Ethics
  • MPA 534        Philosophy of IT

  • MPA 511        A Major Philosopher
  • MPA 506        Philo. Anthropology
  • MPA 520        Christian Philosophy
  • MPA 505        Philosophy of Religion 
  • MPA 532        Ethics of War
  • MPA 516        Business Ethics
  • MPA 526        Philosophy of Literature