GCAS MA Degree Programs


Welcome to GCAS MA Degree Programs

Our students and researchers come from some of the best academic institutions in the world, including UC Berkeley, Yale, Duke and Columbia University, London School of Economics, Johns Hopkins, Case Western, Swarthmore and Oberlin colleges just to name a few. However, as a school that is challenging traditional academia, we look above all for students who bring diverse backgrounds, experiences, and fresh perspectives to research and teaching.

Masters of Arts (MA) in

Artistic-Political & Philosophical Practices

Crypto-Economics Department

Philosophy Department

Philosophy & Psychoanalysis Department

Department of Social & Political Thought

Length: 1 Year or 2 Years

Tuition Costs: 5,000€/ year

Requirements: 60 Credits, MA Thesis, Defense

Prerequisites: BA Degree or higher

The MA programs are course & research based and one to two years in length and requires the student to complete 60 credit hours by completing the requirements such as: (a) course work; (b) monthly supervision; and (c) MA Thesis peer mentor hours. The MA thesis length and structure may vary between 20,000 - 40,000 words (excluding bibliography and appendices) and not to exceed 50,000 words. Footnotes & citations normally should not exceed 20% of the thesis.

Read Before you Apply

Because GCAS College Dublin has had students taking unaccredited seminars with us from over 120 different countries it's important to check with your countries Ministry or Department of Education to ensure that a degree from GCAS College Dublin is recognized. 

Some countries in the world accept the European Qualifications Framework accreditation such as The United States and Canada for example.  GCAS is not accredited but we are seeking validation to award BA, MA and PhD degrees.


The Graduate College


Érik Bordeleau, PhD (Université de Montréal) Director of the MA Program in Crypto-Economics, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Creston Davis, PhD (University of Virginia) Chancellor, Associate Professor of philosophy and religion, Founding Director of GCAS.

Bracha L Ettinger, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy. 

Keith Faulkner, PhD (University of Warwick) Associate Professor of Philosophy

Francisco Gonzalez, PhD (Catholic University, Chile) Assistant Professor of Arts and Philosophy, Director of GCAS-South America

Dejan Lukic, PhD (Columbia University) Vice-Chancellor, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Luanne McKinnon, PhD (University of Virginia), Member of the Board, Professor of Art & Art History

Jean-Luc Nancy, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy

Julie Reshe, PhD Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Psychoanalysis, and Director of the GCAS Psychoanalysis Institute. 

Tere Vadén, PhD (University of Tampere) Professor of Philosophy