If you are interested in studying for a one-year master (MA) in philosophy of information or information ethics, the University of Hertfordshire (UK) http://www.herts.ac.uk/ offers an MA in philosophy that combines the flexibility of a research degree with the structure and support of a taught MA.
Before writing a dissertation of about 15000 words, students on this programme take two modules on Methods in Philosophy, and two philosophy discussion classes. These preparatory studies include coursework on philosophical method and two 5000-word essays on topics of your choice. These studies will help you to develop your research skills and focus your interests before you undertake a dissertation.
For further information about an MA project in philosophy of information or information ethics, under the supervision of Luciano Floridi, please contact:
Mrs Penny Driscoll, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees. The standard, full-time fee is £3,950. However, there is a Concessionary fee of £1,260 available for full-time, Home/EU self-financing research students.
How to apply. https://uhapply.herts.ac.uk/OnlineApplications/
Formally, this is a research degree, so on ‘level of study’ choose ‘research’. Under ‘further information’, please indicate your interest in philosophy of information or information ethics, and what you hope to get out of doing an MA with us, under the supervision of Luciano Floridi.