All students who declare a philosophy major will be assigned an academic advisor. To find out who your academic advisor is, please contact the department’s Program Assistant, Maria Rase (email@example.com; 303-556-4868). The advisor helps design a course of studies consistent with the student’s intellectual interests.
It is the student’s responsibility to contact his or her initial advisor as soon as he or she enters the program, and set up an advising appointment, which usually takes a half-hour or less time. The student should make regular contact with the advisor to ensure steady progress toward completing the degree program. If you have not yet declared a philosophy major but do have advising questions related to the philosophy program, please contact the department’s Director of Undergraduate Advising, Prof. Samuel Walker (303-556-3240; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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And consider these, from the American Philosophical Association:
Doctoral Degree Programs in Philosophy.pdf
Doctoral Degree Faculty and Student Demographics.pdf
Doctoral Degree Fellowships Teaching Opportunities and Program Completion.pdf
Master's Degree Programs in Philosophy.pdf
Master's Degree Faculty and Student Demographics.pdf
Master's Degree Fellowships Program Completion and Ph.D. Program Acceptance.pdf