PHIL 6000 satisfies a graduate student's in-person RCR training requirement for both the RCR Academic Policy for Doctoral Students and the RCR Compliance Policy. Doctoral students are highly encouraged to take PHIL 6000 during their first summer session if they will be enrolled full time then. Some graduate programs have an in-house training approach that their doctoral students should take instead of PHIL 6000.
PHIL 6000 is a one credit course and is listed under "Philosophy" in Oscar; students should only register for one section of the course.
For more information about the course or if you are a postdoc who is interested in attending it, contact the RCR Program.
Two Day Sections
- PHIL 6000A (CRN 54047): May 17 & 18, 9:05am-4:55pm (two full days); Van Leer room C241
- PHIL 6000B (CRN 54048): May 23 & 24, 9:05am-4:55pm (two full days); Skiles room 154
- PHIL 6000E (CRN 54046): June 26 & 28, 9:05am-4:55pm (two full days); ES&T room L1205
- PHIL 6000F (CRN 54044): June 5 & 7, 9:05am-4:55pm (two full days); ES&T room L1205
Five Day Sections
- PHIL 6000C (CRN 54529): June 5-14, MWF 11:00am-1:30pm (5 meetings; MWF MW); MRDC room 2404
- PHIL 6000D (CRN 54045): May 15-24, MWF 2-4:30pm (5 meetings; MWF MW); MSE (Molecular Science & Engineering) room 1222
The Fall sections are primarily for graduate students who will not be full time during the summer session.
- PHIL 6000A (CRN 86043): August 17 & 18, 9:05am-4:55pm (two full days only); location TBD
- PHIL 6000B (CRN 86044): MW 4:30pm-5:45pm, August 23 - September 27; Van Leer room C340
- PHIL 6000C (CRN 86042): MW 6:00pm-7:15pm, August 23 - September 27; Mason room 2117