Core Environmental Philosophy Courses
Core Environmental Philosophy courses include:
- (G) PHL 502 Topics in Value Theory
- (G) PHL 505 Issues in the Anthropocene
- (G) PHIL 511 Environmental Aesthetics
- (G) PHL 523 Science and Environment
- (G) PHL 548 Philosophy and Animals
- (G) PHL 572 Thoreau
- (UG) PHL 422 Environmental Philosophy
See course descriptions in the UM Catalog.
In addition to the core courses above, M.A. students can take as electives any courses offered at the 400 and 500 level by the Philosophy Department, as well as courses in world-class units on campus such as the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, English, Environmental Studies, and Native American Studies.