What We Offer
NC State does not offer graduate degrees in Philosophy or Religious Studies, but the Department provides several opportunities for graduate students:
- It administers the Graduate Minor in Cognitive Science.
- It offers a variety of graduate courses in Logic, Philosophy, and Religious Studies that add value to many NC State graduate degree programs and will enrich your experience as a graduate student.
- It assists students taking the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) with the design of concentrations that are related to Philosophy and/or Religious Studies.
- It offers a MALS Seminar every fall semester.
PHI 501 Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason
PHI 520 Global Justice
PHI 525 Introduction to Cognitive Science
PHI 540 The Scientific Method (Fall 2017: Dr. John W. Carroll, TH 8:30-9:45)
PHI 547 Philosophy, Evolution and Human Nature (Fall 2017: Dr. Catherine M. Driscoll, MWF 9:35-10:25)
PHI 575 Ethical Theory
PHI 598 Special Topics in Philosophy
PHI 816 Introduction to Research Ethics (1 credit) (Fall 2017: Dr. Gary L. Comstock, Tue 4:30–6:20 p.m., first seven weeks of the semester)
REL 507 Islamic History to 1798 (Fall 2017: Dr. Anna B. Bigelow, TH 1:30-2:45)
REL 508 Islam in the Modern World
REL 523 Religion and Politics in America
REL 571 Darwinism and Christianity (Fall 2017: Dr. Mary Kathleen Cunningham, MW 1:30–2:45 p.m.)
REL 572 Women and Religion
REL 573 Religion, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies
REL 582 Religion and Conflict
REL 502 Early Christianity to the Time of Eusebius
REL 512 Advanced Readings in the Christian Gospels
REL 513 The Life and letters of the Apostle Paul
REL 589 Interpretations of Religion