MA Philosophy FAQs

What is the duration of M.A Philosophy program for regular students?

Duration of M.A philosophy program for regular students is 2 years. Some universities offer two year semester program i.e. Four semesters while others offer it in annual system.

Duration of M.A philosophy program for regular students is 2 years. Some universities offer two year semester program i.e. Four semesters while others offer it in annual system.

If as a private candidate you apply for composite program then duration is one year otherwise it is two year degree program.

What is the eligibility criteria for M.A philosophy course?

To apply for Government universities one should have secured at least 45% marks in B.A annual examination,with philosophy as elective/optional subject.You should well known about Philosophy,its branches and also its importance.

What are the documents required at the time of admission?

Documents required at the time of admission are:

  • Result cards of previous academic degrees i.e. matriculation, intermediate and graduation.
  • Passport size photographs
  • Your CNIC and father’s CNIC
  • Migration certificate (if not registered with concerned institute)
  • Copy of Bank challan form.
  • University Registration Card
  • If you participate in any debate, attach certificate of it.
  • If you have previous of teaching philosophy, attach certification of it.

Which mode of study is more expensive regular or private?

Regular degree is slightly more expensive as compared to private degree but one should prefer to study as a regular student because it will enhance your learning abilities like reading, writing, time management,researching .

What are the career opportunities after acquiring master’s degree in philosophy?

There are many opportunities, some of them are degree relevant while others are slightly deviated from the degree but philosophy students can perform brilliantly. Your degree has equipped you with lots of skills which are of great interest to employers. There is probably no subject better than Philosophy in terms of transferable skills, that is, skills which you learn during your degree but can then apply in other situations. You can work as lecturer, Civil Service, Health service manager, Local government officer, journalist, and philosopher and as a content writer or researcher.

 


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