If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions, please read on!
1. A firm grounding in the history of philosophy and the history and theory of ethics.
2. Graduate-level courses taught by highly qualified professionals in a range of academic disciplines.
3. A customized course of study.
4. Flexibility to move through the specialization on a full- or part-time basis.
5. Evening and late afternoon classes.
6. A stepping stone for possible further study leading to a Ph.D. in Social and Applied Philosophy.
7. The Catholic, Jesuit tradition of Marquette.
8. One of the five largest philosophy faculties in the United States.
9. A unique M.A. Specialization in Social and Applied Philosophy in the Great Lakes area.
10. The "hands-on" experience of an internship.