Graduate students pursue their studies on one of three tracks (History, Philosophy or Theology and Science), and have a second home in the corresponding department.

Our students meet all the Ph.D. requirements of their home department, as well as the additional HPS requirements, thereby emerging fully trained in their home discipline as well as in HPS. This is accomplished with three years of coursework, followed by at least two years of dissertation work.

The Departmental Tracks
Students are admitted into the program in one of three departmental tracks, Philosophy of Science, History of Science, or Theology and Science, depending on interest and background preparation.

For more information, please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook.