@colinwalker You can always take a more in-depth course after this one. But a lot of my degree in philosophy was about getting a understanding of the whole spectre of academic philosophy.
It was hard from time to time to get through it.
The good thing about having done it is that I have the "training" to read and study more or less anything on my own.
The most important thing I got out of it though is that I always interpret stuff from a angle where I try to see all the different ways something can be understood. I guess it is a result of doing a lot of work seminars in Philosophy where a group of five have at least seven interpretation of the same five pages.