Philosophy is the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality and existence when considered as an academic discipline. This course introduces the main areas of research in contemporary philosophy. Philosophy dives into the mystery of being and the intangible questions around us
The subjects/concepts in Philosophy course are both theoretical as well as practical.
The four main pillars of Philosophy are Theoretical Philosophy, Practical Philosophy, logic and history of philosophy.
A Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy is a four-year degree program which covers the main concepts that include Epistemology, Metaphysics, Ethics, and Moral and Political Philosophy. It also develops skills in analysis, writing and critical thinking.
A Master’s degree in Philosophy is a two-year degree program that mainly focuses on aesthetics, logic, political philosophy, and philosophy of mind. The students also develop their skills in communication, critical analysis, and information management and research.
A Doctoral degree in Philosophy is 5-7-year degree program that mainly focuses on advanced academic knowledge or research on a particular field. The main concepts covered in this course include Ancient Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, and Philosophical Logic.
There are few requirements which need to be fulfilled before one applies for an admission in the Philosophy program. The student should have a high school diploma with a minimum of 2.0- 3.0 GPA.
With a degree in Philosophy, a student gains a deeper knowledge about ethics and the subject also explores argumentation; theories of knowledge and reality; and ethics and existentialism.
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Undergraduate Certificate Program