MA and PhD Degree
The Cohn Institute offers two Master's Degree programs in the History and Philosophy of Sciences and Ideas:
- A Research Track, which culminates in the submission of an MA thesis.
- A general program, which includes course work only (i.e. does not require writing a thesis).
Please note that most of the Master’s Degree courses and seminars are held in Hebrew.
- Further information concerning Master’s degree programs (in Hebrew)
- The course list for the current academic year (in Hebrew)
- A list of M.A. theses completed under the auspices of the Cohn Institute in previous years.
Students who wish to register for an MA degree should contact Ms. Anat Zion
The digital world, made possible by information technologies, is fertile ground for fascinating research on culture and society. The academic world has been addressing these questions for the past three decade. The advent of "social network" sites has increased this interest as has the growing attention to issues of privacy and civil rights in the digital domain. Students wishing to focus especially on the history and philosophy of digital culture are invited to do so. The Cohn Institute offers a special focus on the digital world and information technologies.
For more information please visit: https://go.tau.ac.il/Internet-digital-culture
Executive MA Program
The institute offers an Executive Master’s Degree program in philosophy, science, and digital culture.Courses in this program take place on Fridays only and the program is designed so that studies be completed in a single academic year.
For more information please visit: http://humanities1.tau.ac.il/maphilos/he/
Studies and research toward a PhD degree require the consent of one of the Institute’s permanent faculty members to supervise the research. An additional supervisor from any accredited higher education institution in Israel or abroad may be added at the discretion of the PhD supervisor. To apply, a student must hold an MA or equivalent degree with a grade of 85 or higher and must have submitted an MA thesis which was awarded a grade of 85 or higher. Further details can be found in the university bylaws and regulations.
Students wishing to apply should consult the PhD Advisory Process. Students who wish to register for a PhD degree, please contact Ms. Nava Weinstock at the School of Philosophy, Linguistics and Science Studies.