The Master’s Degree in Logic & Philosophy of Science addresses most of the current problems related to knowledge, language and science.
Below are the strategic lines that make up the master’s degree:
Ours is an inter-university master’s degree. There are eight institutions involved in its organization and management (U. Salamanca, U. Coruña, U. Santiago de Compostela, U. Valladolid, U. Valencia, U. Granada and the Spanish Nationl Research Council [CSIC]). There are also teachers from other universities such as the U. of Málaga, the U. of Seville, the U. of the Basque Country, the National Distance Education University (UNED), and the Autonomous University of Madrid. This means that we not only have one of the best teaching teams in the country, which is in the interest of student-training, but that we also work in research teams and groups, which facilitates contact with research networks for students who wish to pursue doctoral studies. This master’s degree gives direct access to the programme of doctoral studies in Logic and Philosophy of Science.
Our master’s degree is not only intended for Philosophy students, but it is also offered to students of other disciplines such as Humanities students interested in acquiring a better understanding of the problems related to knowledge, Natural and Social Science students who wish to engage in methodological and epistemological reflections on their own discipline, or engineering and formal sciences students. Philosophy students are provided with the methodological bases and reflection that link their discipline to social problems and needs, whereas the rest of groups benefit from the study of logic, since it is the cross-disciplinary subject per excellence, a mediator between Sciences and Humanities and an essential tool in all rule-governed contexts.
Our aims: After completing the cycle, students should not only possess passive knowledge of the subjects covered, but they should also be trained to conduct research and even show originality in the development and application of the knowledge acquired. The students’ understanding of Logic and Philosophy of Science should enable them to solve new problems and apply their newly-acquired skills to unusual contexts, they should be capable of expressing their own judgements, of arguing rationally, of expressing their conclusions in an appropriate style, of writing articles acceptable for revision and publication in our own journals as well as in international level ones. It is essential for students to become autonomous learners, capable of finding and selecting information to fulfil their purposes.
Structuring the most important teaching sessions around two intensive meetings to be held around October and February, when both teachers and students are expected to travel to the headquarters of the master’s degree , encourages the establishment of closer relations among students and between students and teachers.
 The headquarters change every two years, rotating among the different universities that manage the master’s degree.