The Department of Philosophy offers two masters' degrees.
The Master of Science in Logic, Computation, and Methodology is intended for students with interests the philosophical foundations of a wide variety of mathematical fields, including statistics, mathematics, logic, computer science, or economics. Students in this program will receive training both in philosophy and also in a number of mathematical techniques used by philosophers in studying related fields.
The Master of Art in Philosophy is intended for students who would like traditional graduate level training in philosophy. Students in this program will develop an understanding of a wide variety of philosophical sub-fields.
Although the requirements of these two degrees differ, admitted students are free to choose between the masters programs. They can switch at any time.