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The philosophy degree program consists of a three-year undergraduate coursework track in Philosophy, followed by a two-year postgraduate coursework track in Philosophical Sciences. The undergraduate coursework provides students with a variety of perspectives: historical, theoretical, logical and epistemological, linguistic and cognitive, psycho-pedagogical, moral, political and aesthetic. Students are offered a fertile environment in which they can develop their skills in analysis and synthesis through the critical appraisal of philosophical debate in historical and contemporary contexts. This model enables students to gain a formative awareness of  the practical implications of philosophy in the fields of ethics, politics and the human sciences.

The postgraduate degree in Philosophical Sciences enables students to further develop the skills they have achieved. The programme offers ample choices for students to continue their coursework through more in-depth and extensive studies in various fields of philosophical application ranging from the historical to the psycho-pedagogical.