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PhilosophySummaryTo study philosophy is to appreciate the depth of questions we all face as humans and to consider some of the deepest answers that great philosophers have provided in response.On our engaging BA Philosophy, you will gain knowledge and understanding of topics within core areas of philosophy including ethics, political philosophy, metaphysics, the philosophy of mind, epistemology and logic.You will also study philosophy relating to the major aspects of human intellectual life,
To study philosophy is to appreciate the depth of questions we all face as humans and to consider some of the deepest answers that great philosophers have provided in response.
On our engaging BA Philosophy, you will gain knowledge and understanding of topics within core areas of philosophy including ethics, political philosophy, metaphysics, the philosophy of mind, epistemology and logic.
You will also study philosophy relating to the major aspects of human intellectual life, including the philosophy of art, film, literature, religion, language, the natural sciences and the social sciences.
You will explore the theories of the great philosophers, while developing and applying your own critical and logical powers to the analysis of philosophical arguments.
Our graduates use their exceptional reasoning and analytical skills to go into professions such as politics, the civil service, journalism, business, commerce and law. Many of our philosophy graduates also go onto master’s degrees and PhD study.
Theology and Religious Studies
Our BA Theology and Religious Studies degree offers you the opportunity to explore traditions with deep historical roots that continue to shape politics, society and culture today.
You will concentrate on four fundamental areas: religion, ethics, philosophy and theology/biblical studies. By doing so, you will develop the analytical skills to be able to understand the impact of religion and theology in both the contemporary, and the ancient and classical, world.
The course tackles a wide variety of issues such as poverty and inequality, social justice, racism, violence, anti-Semitism, feminism and post-colonialism in the context of religion and theology.
You will learn to think about the origins of religion in its various forms of expression, especially Christianity and Islam.
With this degree, you will be well placed to secure work in many fields, including marketing, teaching, law, management, the charity sector, church work, the Civil Service, human rights, the armed services and the police.
There might be a part-time course available for this subject, we are waiting for data from our partner UCAS.
The University of Roehampton was established in 2004. It is a campus university situated on two major sites in, south-west London. The University's academic programs in Business, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Education, English, Humanities, Law, Media, Nursing, Social Sciences and Life Sciences . It offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, including MBA and LLBs.
Roehampton changes the lives of its students by developing their confidence, knowledge and adaptability to help them progress into a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. Students and staff are encouraged to support, motivate and challenge each other in a friendly and inclusive community that values people as individuals.
When you enrol at Roehampton, you will be taught by inspiring and passionate lecturers at a beautiful parkland campus, based in the heart of south-west London.
Where you'll study
Roehampton’s Social Science students enjoy the best of both worlds: the department’s based on a beautiful parkland campus a short walk from Richmond Park, yet is only 50 minutes from The Old Bailey and the HQs of many of the world’s...
You will have opportunities to meet people from businesses in your field, undertake work placements and learn topics, skills and knowledge that are directly applicable to the workplace. We invite guest speakers, such as TV presenter...