Master in Philosophy

faculty of Arts Tripoli - Department of Philosophy


-Providing the student with a critical view of what the various philosophical currents and doctrines deal with.

- Developing the ability to analyze and upgrade general intellectual research tools.

 - Developing the spirit of research and study among postgraduate students and training them on scientific research methods and methodology.

 - Establishing a culture of scientific research, training postgraduate students, and training them to use the latest methods and harness them in scientific research.


1 - Confirmation of the new civilizational discourse represented in contemporary philosophical thought.

2 - Focusing on the importance of Arab and Islamic heritage and thought.

3 - Consolidate the base of scientific research and prepare specialists of a high level in scientific research.

 4- Carrying out studies and scientific research necessary for the development and progress of society.


1- Developing the abilities of postgraduate students to practice creative, systematic scientific research.

2- Enabling postgraduate students to use contemporary tools in research.

3- Work on developing the spirit of teamwork among postgraduate students through free discussions and open dialogues.

4- Work on developing postgraduate students' abilities to use accurate scientific terminology.

Certificate Rewarded

Higher Diploma in Philosophy - Master's degree in Philosophy.

Entry Reuirements

1- The student is accepted with a score of (65%) or above in the bachelor's degree or its equivalent.

2- An admission test is conducted if the applicant is not a major required by the educational institution.

3-The teaching language approved by the scientific department is: (Arabic and English).

Study Plan

The Master in Philosophy prepares students to qualify for Master in Philosophy. The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.

It comprises 2 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 30 units, which include 0 units of general subjects, and 10 major units

Study plan for this program is shown below:

1st Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
501 03 Compulsory +

502 03 Compulsory +

503 03 Compulsory +

504 03 Compulsory +

505 03 Compulsory +

2nd Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
506 03 Compulsory +

507 03 Compulsory +

508 03 Compulsory +

509 03 Compulsory +

510 03 Elective +