The Department of Philosophy and Religion offers courses at the graduate level only to serve the needs of other programs. The primary goal is to provide the graduate student with a deeper understanding of the philosophical, ethical, and logical foundations and implications of their own field of study. UCA does not offer graduate degrees in Philosophy and Religious Studies.
 Graduate Courses in Philosophy and Religion (PHIL)
5300 READINGS IN PHILOSOPHY Independent study designed to deal in depth with specific issues and individuals in philosophy. Consent of graduate advisor and the department of philosophy and religion. On demand.
5350 HEALTH CARE ETHICS An elective course designed primarily for students of the health sciences, typically with an emphasis on physical therapy. A study of issues and principles of health care ethics. Topics covered include ethical reasoning, principles and areas of bioethics, and individual case studies of problems arising in the practice of various health care fields. Summer.