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 encouraged to take PHIL 6000 during their first summer session (if, at that time, they will be enrolled full time). Instead of PHIL 6000, some graduate programs have an in-house training approach for their doctoral students.
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, contact the RCR Program.
The fall and spring sections are primarily for graduate students who will not be full time during the summer session.
- PHIL 6000B1 (CRN 33322): Thursday, January 2 and Friday, January 3, 9:05am-4:55pm, Location: Mason 1133
- PHIL 6000B2 (CRN 33323): Mondays and Wednesdays from January 6 to February 5, 4:30-5:45pm, Location: Mason 1133
- PHIL 6000B3 (CRN 33324): Mondays and Wednesdays from January 6 to February 5, 6:00-7:15pm, Location: Mason 1133
- (to be announced later)