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Graduate Catalog 2002-2004


Department of Philosophy and Humanities

www.uta.edu/philosophy

Area of Study and Degrees

Humanities

M.A.
(See Program in Humanities)

Chair

Denny Bradshaw
305 Carlisle Hall, 817-272-2774

Graduate Faculty

Associate Professors

Baker, Bradshaw, Burgess-Jackson, Chiasson, Dyson, Mahoney, Nussbaum, Reeder

Objective

The graduate course offerings in philosophy and classics are provided to support other graduate programs, particularly those in Humanities and in the Social Sciences, and to meet the expressed needs of students. The courses are designed to provide the theoretical background necessary to the complete understanding and use of professional skills in these areas. No program leading to a graduate degree in philosophy exists at this time. Philosophy is a possible area of concentration in the Graduate Humanities Program.

Philosophy (PHIL)

Course fee information is published in the online Student Schedule of Classes at www.uta.edu/schedule. Please refer to this Web site for a detailed listing of specific course fees.

5391. CONFERENCE COURSE IN PHILOSOPHY. May be taken only with the permission of the instructor and the Graduate Advisor.

5392. TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY (3-0). Consideration in depth of the work of a single philosopher or a related philosophical school against the background of the development of philosophy. May be repeated for credit as the topic changes.

5393. PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE HUMANITIES (3-0). A philosophical inquiry into problems and issues of relevance in humanistic disciplines. May be repeated for credit as the topic changes.

Greek (GREK)

Course fee information is published in the online Student Schedule of Classes at www.uta.edu/schedule. Please refer to this Web site for a detailed listing of specific course fees.

5391. CONFERENCE COURSE IN GREEK. May be taken only with the permission of the instructor and the Graduate Advisor.

Latin (LATN)

Course fee information is published in the online Student Schedule of Classes at www.uta.edu/schedule. Please refer to this Web site for a detailed listing of specific course fees.

5301. INTENSIVE LATIN FOR READING I (3-0). Covers approximately the same material as LATN 1441/1442 (Levels I and II).

5302. INTENSIVE LATIN FOR READING II (3-0). Covers approximately the same material as LATN 2313/2314 (Levels III and IV).

5391. CONFERENCE COURSE IN LATIN. May be taken only with the permission of the instructor and the Graduate Advisor.

Classics (CLAS)

Course fee information is published in the online Student Schedule of Classes at www.uta.edu/schedule. Please refer to this Web site for a detailed listing of specific course fees.

5392. TOPICS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES (3-0). Studies in the social, political and cultural systems of the ancient Greeks and Romans, including their influence upon subsequent societies. May be repeated for credit as the topic changes.

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