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Philosophy of Biology Graduate Programs

This wiki provides an unranked list of Ph.D. and terminal M.A. programs that have strengths in philosophy of biology. Since it's a wiki, you can edit it, so please do. The primary intended audience is prospective and current graduate students with interests in philosophy of biology who want to get the lay of the land by seeing who works where and on what. All content on this site is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Find us on Facebook.

Download the PDF: The entire list of Ph.D. and M.A. programs can be downloaded.

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Browse Programs by Category[edit]

Below are two ways to browse programs by category. The first sorts all programs by number of philosophy of biology faculty. The second sorts U.S. programs by state.

You can find a listing of Australasian and Canadian programs by specialty on this page. Once that list includes programs from other parts of the world, they will be incorporated. As always, prospective students should fact-check the faculty numbers listed because academics change jobs frequently. (Note: 'P' stands for Page.)

All Ph.D. Programs by Number of Faculty
1 Faculty Member(19 P)
2 Faculty Members(9 P)
3 Faculty Members(10 P)
4 Faculty Members(5 P)
5 Faculty Members(3 P)
6+ Faculty Members(2 P)
U.S. Ph.D. Programs by State
Arizona(1 P)
California(5 P)
Florida(1 P)
Illinois(1 P)
Indiana(2 P)
Kansas(1 P)
Maryland(1 P)
Massachusetts(1 P)
Michigan(1 P)
Missouri(2 P)
Minnesota(1 P)
New York(2 P)
North Carolina(1 P)
Ohio(1 P)
Pennsylvania(3 P)
Texas(2 P)
Utah(1 P)
Wisconsin(1 P)

How to Contribute[edit]

This is a wiki, so anyone can contribute. No account is needed—though you are encouraged to create one—and all changes can be rolled back, so edit with a free hand.

Making Edits

You can make edits in one of two ways: by clicking 'Edit', which enables WYSIWYG (or visual) editing, ala a wordprocessor. Alternately, you can click 'Edit source', which allows you to edit the wiki markup in plaintext. Use whichever method you prefer. It takes a little longer to open the editing window in visual mode because the server has to translate wiki markup to html on the fly. So be patient. If things are too sluggish, you can switch over to 'Edit source'.

Wiki formatting/markup is very straightforward, and all you need to do is mimic the current entries since formatting is standardized.

If programs or faculty have been overlooked—which is assuredly the case—you are encouraged to add them, even if you are not a member of that department. Also, information will date rapidly, so by all means help keep things up to date.

Additional Program Information

Every program listed also has a separate page where additional information can be provided to prospective students. While the style and format of this main page should be kept consistent, individual pages can take any form whatsoever. To edit one of these pages, simply follow the link entitled 'Additional Program Information' underneath the department listing of interest and edit that page.

The following programs have added considerably to their pages. Feel free to mimic them.

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