“To be is to do”
This degree equips you with lots of skills which are of great interest to employers. There is probably no subject better than Philosophy in terms of transferable skills, that is, skills which you learn during your degree but can then apply in other situations. In Philosophy you are trained to reason analytically about very difficult, and sometime messy, problems, and to express your conclusions in clear prose. You are expected to engage in rational debate, putting forward arguments, and listening and evaluating opposing viewpoints.
The aim of the B.A. / B.Sc (Hons) philosophy programme is:
- To deliver structured yet flexible programmes of study, informed by current research, in which students critically evaluate, and think through for themselves, philosophical arguments and problems.
- To provide students with a curriculum within which they study texts and questions central to the analytical tradition in philosophy, and, if students wish, texts and questions from outside that tradition; to develop, in partnership with students, students' subject-specific knowledge, cognitive, intellectual and transferable skills, and thereby prepare students for further academic study and employment.
- To employ an appropriate variety of teaching and assessment methods to meet Philosophy's aims and the programs' respective learning outcomes.
- To use learning resources effectively and efficiently to meet Philosophy's aims and the programs' respective learning outcomes.
- To provide students with an effective induction programme, and academic and pastoral support, in order to enhance their progress and academic development.
Any candidate who has passed HSC (10 + 2) exam from any stream with English as passing subject and secured minimum 50% marks at 12 STD.
Indian Student : 62200 Per Annum,
Includes : Tuition fee
Excludes : Hostel fee and Other fee
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