The American Philosophical Association is pleased to present the 2012 edition of the Guide to Graduate Programs in Philosophy, which contains information about Ph.D., M.A., and equivalent degree programs in the United States. The purpose of this volume is to provide prospective philosophy graduate students and others with basic information about the opportunities in North America for professional training in philosophy. While this volume is a useful starting point for prospective graduate students, a comprehensive inquiry should also include consultation with advisers and people directly involved with programs of interest.
The APA wishes to thank those who took the time to provide information about graduate programs for the benefit of the philosophical community. We also offer our sincerest thanks to Ed Casey, Andrés Colapinto, Oli Stephano, Brian Irwin, Leslie Francis, David Schrader, and others who worked tirelessly to solicit and compile data to revive the Guide to Graduate Programs in Philosophy
after it had languished for several years.
The 2012 edition of the Guide to Graduate Programs in Philosophy
does not include information on programs in Canada. The guide will be expanded to include Canadian philosophy programs in 2013. For current information on these programs, visit the Canadian Philosophical Association
Please direct general questions, comments, and suggestions for the 2013 edition of the Guide to Graduate Programs in Philosophy to [email protected].