Baccalaureate

Baccalaureate

The academic activity of the Faculty of Philosophy has the general purpose of encouraging scientific research and a structured study of philosophical disciplines. The first cycle, the Baccalaureate, lasts three years and corresponds to 183 ECTS credits.

To be admitted to the Baccalaureate Course in Philosophy, you must have completed your course of study and acquired the qualifications required for admission to any formally established university.

Learning objectives

The key objectives of this course are as follows: learning the laws of thinking and the basic principles of reality; acquiring adequate critical thinking and ethical discernment skills; mastering a perennially valid philosophical heritage; learning the lines of contemporary thinking that are most influential on society; and acquiring the method of scientific research and of teaching.

Students

The course is intended for lay or religious people wishing to acquire a systematic and coherent view of reality, a sound mental structure, and a deep love for truth, in order to be able to communicate with the contemporary world, and fruitfully complete theological studies.

Preparation for the final Baccalaureate exam

Topics of final exam

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