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MA in Philosophy

Ma in Philosophy

Length: 2 years full-time (or 4 years part-time)

Department: Philosophy

The MA in Philosophy draws upon a wide variety of subject areas, including theoretical philosophy; logic, epistemology and philosophy of science; moral philosophy and social ethics; feminist philosophy and gender studies; aesthetics; history of ancient and modern philosophy; political philosophy; social philosophy and philosophy of law.

In the academic year 2016-2017 the Department of Philosophy of Sapienza – University of Rome has launched a new MA programme in order to give national and international students the opportunity to complete a Master Degree in Philosophy in which a wide number of courses are taught in English.

The MA Programme is taught in Italian and in English: students are free to decide whether to take modules in both languages or in only one of them. Students who lack Italian language skills can take modules in English to the value of 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), which are required to successfully complete the MA.

The Master Thesis can be written and defended either in Italian or in English.

Upon arrival, students will be paired with a mentor to advise them about the course and to assist them with any questions about their coursework.

 

Admission and minimum entry requirements

Students must have a BA Degree in Philosophy or at least 48 ECTS in philosophical areas (M-FIL/01, M-FIL/02, M-FIL/03, M-FIL/04, M-FIL/05, M-FIL/06, M-FIL/07, M-FIL/08, SPS/01, M-STO/05) and 12 ECTS in history and/or literature (L-ANT/02, L-ANT/03, M-STO/01, M-STO/02, M-STO/04, M-STO/05, M-STO/07, L-FIL-LET/10, L-FIL-LET/11). Before enrolling the Director of the MA Programme takes into account the students’ previous career to make sure that they meet this requirement.

To begin the enrolment procedure, students are required to pay € 10 by using a downloadable form offered on the INFOSTUD website. To obtain this form, students have to create an INFOSTUD student account at https://stud.infostud.uniroma1.it/Sest/Log/

In addition, students who plan to attend courses taught in English must have a good command of the language and be able to apply this in an academic environment, although no certificated proof is required.

If you have any specific questions about the Programme, contact Prof Mariano Croce (mariano.croce@uniroma1.it) and Dr Samantha Maruzzella (samantha.maruzzella@uniroma1.it).

 

     

First year – Autumn-Winter semester

Aesthetics II

1052035

6

Dario Cecchi

Ancient Philosophy I

1052032

12

Emidio Spinelli

Ancient Philosophy II

1052038

6

Francesco Verde

Philosophy of Science I

1052037

6

Fabio Sterpetti

Political and Social Philosophy

1052031

12

Virginio Marzocchi

 

 

 

 

First year – Spring-Summer semester

Aesthetics I

1052033

6

Stefano Velotti

Feminist Philosophy and Gender Studies I

1052026

6

Caterina Botti

History of Modern Philosophy

1052034

6

Claudio Buccolini

Logic I

1052027

6

Cesare Cozzo

Philosophy of Law

1052036

6

Andrea Salvatore

Social Ethics

1052029

6

Federico Lijoi

Social Philosophy I

1052028

6

Mariano Croce

Theoretical Philosophy I

1052030

6

Tito Magri

 

 

 

 

Second year – Autumn-Winter semester

Aesthetics III

1052044

12

Stefano Velotti

History of Arabic Philosophy I

1052043

6

Mauro Zonta

Logic I A

1052174

6

Cesare Cozzo

Theoretical Philosophy II

1052045

12

Tito Magri

 

 

 

 

Second year – Spring-Summer semester

Bioethics I

1052042

6

Simone Pollo

History of Brain and Sciences

1052039

6

Nunzio Allocca

Logic I B

1052175

6

Cesare Cozzo

Social Philosophy II

1052041

6

Mariano Croce

Master Thesis (completion and defence)

 

27

 

Philosophical English (Language test designed to verify the students’ ability to produce their Master Thesis in English)

 

3

 

AESTHETICS II