This undergraduate double degree program in Philosophy allows students from la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) to do part of their studies in the Universidad Completense in Madrid and vice-versa. The objective of this course is to train graduates with basic philosophical knowledge of both historical and systematic nature, giving them the capacity to identify, analyze, criticize and improve the ideas that make up the contemporary world. Graduates should be capable of transmitting philosophical knowledge in the different educational and training fields and sectors where they are demanded. Some of the courses include: History of the contemporary world, Political Philosophy I, Philosophical Anthropology I, Fundamental ontology, History of ancient philosophy, Contemporary literature, Basic psychology, Esthetic, Philosophical Anthropology II and Medieval Philosophy's history.
SLU has promoted philosophical thinking for almost two hundred years. SLU-Madrid’s program in philosophy is categorised by a diversity of methodologies and interests.
SLU-Madrid’s teaching staff have strong backgrounds of scholarly achievement in many fields of philosophy, including socio-political philosophy and ethics. Students will learn to value the rich history of philosophy because their courses include information from four historical periods (medieval, modern, ancient and contemporary).
Saint Louis University-Madrid offers a full assortment of courses in philosophy, including courses on Spanish philosophy, business ethics, the meaning of life, medical ethics and Latin American philosophy. Courses that satisfy SLU’s liberal arts core conditions count toward both the philosophy major and minor.
Suffolk University’s Department of Philosophy is a diverse department that offers historical, theoretical and thematic methods to the lasting questions and the development of ideas. Suffolk University’s Philosophy program give emphasis to two mutually enhancing areas of examination: the history of philosophy and ethics.
The Philosophy Department encourages a powerful but relaxed culture of conversation and camaraderie. Suffolk regularly holds guest panels, lectures and conferences. The undergraduate Philosophy Society meet every week to debate texts and ideas. Suffolk invites students to take a course or visit one of their events.
Concentrations include Applied Ethics.
Philosophy is the study of the most elementary questions that result from pondering the nature of the globe and the place people occupy in it. Studying philosophy offers students one of the best chances to improve their analytical, critical, expressive and interpretive skills and the opportunity to develop both spoken and written arguments and react to them. Bircham University’s Philosophy & Critical Thinking program also suggests utilising philosophical knowledge as a way to cope with life, whether for a specific problem or general depression.
Subjects covered on this course include: Perception & Knowledge, Philosophy & Critical Thinking, Multicultural Diversity, World Myths & Beliefs, The Search for Meaning, Philosophic Trends, Esoteric Traditions, Philosophy of Religion, Theory of Knowledge, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Ethics & Law and Metaphysics. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Philosophy & Critical Thinking program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.