The Master of Arts in Continental Philosophy offers you the opportunity to benefit from the unique strength of the Philosophy Research Initiative.
Continental philosophy approaches contemporary issues through longstanding philosophical questions. The continental philosophical tradition offers new ways to think about contemporary issues such as technology, the environment, gender, race and inequality, as well as new approaches to the promises of art, language, and the challenges of history.
Our students benefit from strong international links established by the Philosophy Research Initiative, including an extensive International College of Fellows. The high profile activities of the energetic Philosophy Research Initiative include public events such as Thinking Out Loud: The Sydney Lectures in Philosophy and Society organised in collaboration with the ABC, the State Library of NSW and Fordham University Press.
The Philosophy Research Initiative at Western Sydney University is one of the strongest concentrations in continental philosophy in Australasia, presenting you with a unique opportunity to work at the cutting edge of philosophy today. This is a challenging, rigorous, innovative degree, developing skills in critical thinking, combined with an education in a broad range of positions throughout the history of continental philosophy to the present day.
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Studying arts and humanities at Western Sydney University puts you in the centre of one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse regions of Australia.
The Master of Arts in Literature and Creative Writing offers you outstanding opportunities to study with high profile academics and researchers in the areas of creative writing, aesthetic and critical theory.
The Master of Arts in Translation and Interpreting is ideal for practising interpreters seeking theoretical knowledge to inform their practice or graduates of other interpreting and translation courses wishing to further their knowledge in the field and conduct research. Alternatively, the Master of Interpreting and Translation will help fluent bilinguals who wish to obtain the theoretical background and acquire the high-level skills necessary to practise as a professional interpreter and/or translator.
The Master of Arts (TESOL) provide our graduates with a professional qualification for teaching English to speakers of other languages.
The Master of Art Therapy course, the only one of its kind in NSW, equips you with the knowledge and experience to deliver art therapy in any context.
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