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BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economy

Curriculum

Your training

From the fundamentals to specialisation

The course syllabus covers a number of general areas in first year and focuses on more specific issues and techniques in advanced years. It is structured into the following modules:

  • Philosophy, Politics and Society: you will study the fundamentals of philosophy, both from a historical and systematic perspective, using tools to analyse and interpret social problems.
  • Politics, Criticism and Society: you will learn the core principles that explain the current socio-political structures and the main theories on social justice; from the sociological foundations of democratic societies to the political principles of states, all without losing the historical perspective and international dimension.
  • Economics, Development and Society: you will learn the tools and methods to carry out micro and macroeconomic analysis to interpret the economic sphere and its influence in the cultural and socio-political context.
  • Interdisciplinary Seminars: you will take part in seminars on current socio-political, economic and philosophical issues where you will address the key subject areas in these fields so that you can take an active part in them.
     

Taught and online course

The 240 ECTS credits are distributed in core subjects, compulsory subjects, electives, internships and the Undergraduate Final Year Project. In the first three years (180 ECTS), 120 ECTS are taught on campus and 60 ECTS online.

Curriculum

Your training

From the fundamentals to specialisation

The course syllabus covers a number of general areas in first year and focuses on more specific issues and techniques in advanced years. It is structured into the following modules:

  • Philosophy, Politics and Society: you will study the fundamentals of philosophy, both from a historical and systematic perspective, using tools to analyse and interpret social problems.
  • Politics, Criticism and Society: you will learn the core principles that explain the current socio-political structures and the main theories on social justice; from the sociological foundations of democratic societies to the political principles of states, all without losing the historical perspective and international dimension.
  • Economics, Development and Society: you will learn the tools and methods to carry out micro and macroeconomic analysis to interpret the economic sphere and its influence in the cultural and socio-political context.
  • Interdisciplinary Seminars: you will take part in seminars on current socio-political, economic and philosophical issues where you will address the key subject areas in these fields so that you can take an active part in them.
     

Taught and online course

The 240 ECTS credits are distributed in core subjects, compulsory subjects, electives, internships and the Undergraduate Final Year Project. In the first three years (180 ECTS), 120 ECTS are taught on campus and 60 ECTS online.