Sandip University’s M.A Philosophy program is considered amongst the best in India. During the course, students in an in-depth manner study the fundamental principles of human knowledge, values, and ideas. A culture of questioning of the self and of others ideas, knowledge and individual values is carried out.
An M.A philosophy degree has been found to be advantageous in fields requiring intellectual thinking. The program trains students to reflect on their own thinking as well as that of the other people around you.
Students after completing the program are in a position to test whether a set of ideas fit a given “conceptual architecture” and their validity across a given set of variables.
Sandip University in Maharashtra ranks amongst the best philosophy colleges for it has adopted a successful methodology to teach its students.
1. Updated syllabus
2. Modern methodology of teaching.
3. Faculties with excellent merit
4. Guest lecturers from industry Expert.
If interested in M.A Philosophy degree,one needs to complete minimum criteria.The candidate should have alteast a graduate bachelor’s degree in any field with 50% average percentage or above.
Additionally, Sandip University has a fantastic scholarship program wherein merit students can get a complete waiver of their fees. In case, if you have any queries regarding Sandip University, our program or anything else, please call up our Toll-free number: 1800-212-2714
|Eligibility||Graduate in respective stream On Merit Basis. OR Graduation from any stream or equivalent course in any discipline from any recognized University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and 45% marks for students of SC and ST category On Entrance Test basis.|
1st Year Fee : Rs 20000 per annum
Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.
Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,
|Ist Semester||IInd Semester|
|• English-I||• English-II|
|• Western Philosophical Thought||• Rationalism|
|• Western Metaphysics||• Empiricism|
|• History of Western Philosophy||• Problems in Western Epistemology|
|• Logic and Fallacies||• An Introduction to Applied Ethics|
|• Philosophy of Religion||• Philosophy of Science and Spirituality|
|• Environmental Science|
|IIIrd Semester||IVth Semester|
|• Elements of Indian Philosophy||• Gandhian Philosophy|
|• Text of Indian Philosophy||• Social and Political Philosophy|
|• Problems in Indian Epistemology||• Modern Western and Indian Ethics|
|• Gandhian Studies-I||• Philosophy of Human Rights|
|• Contemporary Indian Thinkers||• Human Life, Abortion and Euthanasia|
|• Indian Metaphysics||• Thesis|