Degree in Philosophy
240 credits - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
- 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
- 24 credits for part-time students.
- After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Public tuition prices per credit . Academic Year 2019-20
- 1st registration : 11,59¤
- 2nd registration : 25,77¤
- 3rd registration : 55,79¤
- 4th registration : 77,30¤
- Knowledge of the theories and techniques of philosophy associated with the debate surrounding large historical problems in theoretical philosophy.
- Knowledge of the theories and techniques of philosophy linked to practical and applied questions, particularly in the areas of ethics, political life, the arts and technoscience.
- Knowledge of specialised philosophical terminology and essential philosophy bibliography.
- The ability to link philosophical approaches from different eras to their historical context.
- An ability for abstraction and logical and formal analysis of arguments, as well as for identifying false premises and incorrect reasoning.
- A skill for using philosophical tools and concepts to analyse and understand current issues that enable the knowledge to be professionally applied to work or a vocation.
- A skill for analysing argument and concepts from social and natural sciences.
- A positive disposition for assessing opposing arguments, formulating and considering the best reasons to achieve consensus.
- Respect for a plurality of foci and traditions in philosophy.
- The ability to reason and critically reflect on philosophical arguments.
- Knowledge and use of the languages of the region and English in philosophical texts.
- Knowledge of important current issues that connect philosophical debate to scientific
and social debate, as well as the ability for inter-disciplinary reflection.
- An ability for synthesis and logical analysis.
- Skills in independent research and learning, and passing on knowledge to both a specialised and more general audience.
- The ability to present and publically defend philosophical arguments, both orally and in writing, which enable knowledge to be professionally applied to work or a vocation.
- Dialogue, mediation, negotiation and teamwork skills.
- Acknowledging diversity and multiculturalism, and acquiring the ability to value the weight of different cultural traditions in contemporary society.
- Recognising problems linked to gender.
- Recognising problems linked to the environment.
- Taking up civic and democratic values, and understanding human rights.