The degree programs listed below participate in the Collaborative Specialization in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy. The three units contribute courses and provide facilities and supervision of doctoral research. The program operates only at the doctoral level. The program is administered by a program committee, which is drawn from all three units and is chaired by the Director, who is a member of the committee.
Students who wish to enrol in the collaborative specialization must apply to and be admitted to both the doctoral program in one of the collaborating departments and the collaborative program. Successful completion of the program permits the designation "Completed Collaborative Specialization in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy" to appear on the student's transcript. Interested students should contact the Director and the Graduate Coordinator of the unit in which they intend to register.