The Department of Philosophy and Classics brings together an award-winning
faculty with diverse expertise across the fields of
philosophy, the humanities and classical studies. It offers a major and
minor in both Philosophy and Classics, and minors in Religious Studies and Humanities.
The Philosophy program offers a wide range of courses in metaphysics, philosophy of religion, epistemology, ethics, logic, continental philosophy, analytical philosophy, Asian philosophy, philosophy of art, applied ethics, and many other courses.
The Classics program offer courses exploring numerous topics in Greek and Roman literature, culture, art, archaeology, classical mythology and ancient history, as well as introductory to advanced Latin and Greek. A rotating schedule of upper-division courses allows students to delve further into topics as diverse as ancient science and technology, epic poetry, urbanism and the archaeology of Pompeii, gender and sexuality and ritual sacrifice.
The Department of Philosophy and Classics will offer an Masters of Arts degree in philosophy starting in Fall 2013 (pending final approval). The MA in philosophy aims to prepare students for doctoral work in philosophy and for postgraduate study in law. The MA also provides continuing education for college instructors, and others interested more advanced study in ethics, epistemology, logic and metaphysics. For more information on the MA program please follow the links below or contact the Graduate Advisor of Record, Dr. Jill Hernandez (email@example.com).
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Department of Philosophy and Classics
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Phone: (210) 458-6031
Fax: (210) 458-6035