Master of Applied Philosophy and Ethics (MAPE)
The Master of Applied Philosophy and Ethics (MAPE is a two-year, part time program, intended to give the base for the development of any human activity to not only improve a person’s technical efficiency and effectiveness but also the general welfare of those in contact with program participants in their communities. MAPE requires active participation from a student through engaging with literature and research and with assistance from lecturers and supervisors. MAPE is designed to have students spend two weeks on campus and the rest of the sessions are conducted online (reading materials, doing assignments and interacting with lecturers).
MAPE is ideal for: those who have demanding work schedules and would want to pursue a Master of Applied Philosophy and Ethics while still being able to work; employers who are interested in developing the human capital of their companies; professionals who would like to develop their personal and social values.