Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy

Study guides


Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory  Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 60      
2nd year   60    
3rd year   48 12  
4th year     54 6
Totals 60 108 66 6

Period of study

Course semesters.

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.


General training
Specialisation in Fundamental Philosophy
Specialisation in Applied Philosophy

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
- Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
- Practical Philosophy
- Introduction to the Problems of Philosophy
- Reading Philosophical Texts
- Written Expression
- Philosophy of Art
- Theory and Practice of Argumentation
- Reading the Artistic Image
- History of Science
- Main Themes of History
- Ancient Philosophy
- Medieval Philosophy
- Modern Philosophy
- Aesthetics
- Epistemology
- Philosophy of the Enlightenment
- Nineteenth Century Philosophy
- Logic
- Political Philosophy
- Ethics
3rd year 4th year
- Critical Theory
- Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
- Analytic Philosophy
- Modern Ethics
- Philosophy of History
- Metaphysics
- Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy of Language
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

Optional subjects

Third year:
- Modern Language I and II (English, French, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Portuguese, Occitan,  Romanian, Basque, or Galician)
- External Work Placement

Fourth year:
Specialisations are learning tracks included in the European Diploma Supplement (DS).
In order to obtain a Specialisation at least 30 credits (five subjects) must be taken for each pathway:

Specialisation in Fundamental Philosophy Specialisation in Applied Philosophy
- Seminar on Fundamental Philosophy
- Seminar on Modern Philosophy
- Seminar on Contemporary Philosophy
- Philosophy and Gender
- Contemporary Political Philosophy
- Seminar on Ethics and Political Philosophy
- Philosophy and Mathematics
- Philosophy of Cognitive Sciences
- Seminar on the History and Philosophy of Science
- Resources for Research into Philosophy
- Philosophy of the Mind
- Seminar on Applied Philosophy
- Seminar on Science, Technology and Society
- Aesthetics and Criticism
- Philosophy and Cinema
- Philosophy and Literature
- Seminar on Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art
- Applied Ethics
- Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
- Philosophy of Technology
- Resources for Research into Philosophy
- Human Rights

Additional information

All optional subjects are not scheduled each year.