Studying at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Milan.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy provides students with a solid background knowledge on the history of philosophy, the various areas of philosophical research and their methodological principles. This approach, combining historical-philosophical research and its close relationships to theoretical inquiry, epistemology, aesthetics and ethics, is well-developed within the University of Milan. Our degree allows students to integrate their own studies with courses from other areas of the humanities and scientific disciplines.
The Master’s Degree in Philosophical Sciences guarantees an advanced training in all philosophical disciplines. It values the development of skills from different research areas, including: history of philosophy and its actors; the relation between philosophy and the sciences, through logic and its method and applications, epistemology and the methodology of specific scientific disciplines; the analysis of contemporary theoretical problems; the study of human action, in relation to the environment, politics, economics and communication; the philosophical study of arts and literature, in the tradition of hermeneutics, semiotics and rhetoric; the philosophical analysis of language and its methodological problems, also in relation to the theory of mind.
The Universities of Milan, Milano-Bicocca and Pavia launch a Joint Master’s Degree in Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, with a highly innovative and international character, delivered entirely in English.
The goal is to train individuals with the interdisciplinary skills necessary to integrate artificial intelligence applications into the human context in which they are used. The course is aimed at highly motivated graduates from both STEM and Humanities, Neuroscience and Law areas, with a good aptitude for interdisciplinary studies, as well as professionals and employees of public or private companies, who want to retrain (from the perspective of life-long learning) and update their skills to meet the growing demand for innovation.
Starting from a broad common base, the course will be divided into three curricula:
- - curriculum Hybrid AI, for the context of cooperation between humans and machines in hybrid work teams
- - curriculum Neuro AI, for the context of clinical and theoretical neurosciences
- - curriculum AI & Law, for the context of applications in the legal field.