PhD Graduate School Programme
The full program for a PhD student in the 4TU.Ethics Graduate School consists of at least 5 courses of 5 ECTS each (CC2, the Annual Writing Retreat is 2.5 ECTS and therefore needs to be taken twice).
Two courses are mandatory ("the core courses" CC1 and CC2). From the Listed courses (LC) the student needs to choose at least one course. The PhD student can also choose courses of the graduate school of the OZSW and WTMC. In total the PhD student needs to do 25 ECTS, which are 5 courses.
If a student wants to become a member of the graduate school, they need to send their Education Plan listing all the courses they intend to take to email@example.com. This format can be used for the education plan Education plan 4TU.Ethics
Core courses (CC1 and CC2)
These courses are to provide all PhD students in the 4TU.Ethics Graduate School with a common knowledge and skills base as ethicists of technology. In addition, they serve a social purpose in building the community, since all PhD students of a single cohort will be taking these courses together. We are currently working on updating the course schedule.
CC1 Philosophies of Technology
Listed courses (LC1-LC8)
These courses allow PhD students to extend their knowledge of ethics of technology, while providing flexibility, in recognition of the differences in project topics and student background. PhD students are required to choose at least one course from this list of courses specified by 4TU.Ethics.
Other graduate schools
It is possible for PhD students to follow courses of other graduate schools that are on our 'whitelist'. However, first permission needs to be granted by graduate school director. In order to get permission send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Our whitelist currently consisting of:
PhD students enrolled in the 4TU.Ethics Graduate School are expected to take part in 4TU.Ethics activities (such as the annual PhD Day and the biennially Research Day) as well as local activities (such as group seminars and reading groups) that could be considered educational. Although participation in such activities is beneficial and strongly encouraged, we do not formally consider them part of the 4TU.Ethics credit-based education programme.