The university today announced that as of 2011 the course, fully titled 'Philosophies of Microsoft and the increase in thought experimentation linked to Office applications', will be offered to all students already taking Information Technologies or it's satellite subjects.
"This is a novel approach as an introduction for those incumbents not readily versed in the more established areas of philosophy and we are hoping that we can increase the general wealth of knowledge of those coming to us both from Essex and further a field," explained Anglia's lead philosophist, Dr Ethan Barnes.
One course topic discussed during the announcement followed on from the existential undertones of many of Essex's more infamous theologians, Questions on existence; Can you truly open as read only if it is you already in the file?
University sources confirmed that during initial stages it had been raised that a larger range could be given the chance to join this course based on linked subjects. However, despite the Essex base, it was deemed inappropriate to include Media Studies students.