Curriculum

The curriculum indicates the subjects for the degree and their nature (basic, required, electives, etc.), the number of credits for each subject, etc. Topics are divided into subjects, which in turn are organized into modules. In addition, it includes practical information for the student's academic life.

  • Module I: Logic, Epistemology and Communication

    The subject Logic and Communication trains students to analyze theories of reasoning and correct argumentation, to evaluate arguments and to examine the various dimensions of language and their philosophical implications.

    The subject Language, Literature and Communication provides students with training in the theory and practice of the Spanish language, as well as knowledge of the key stages, movements, authors and literary works of world literature.

    The subject Knowledge, Science and Epistemology provides students with knowledge and an understanding of how to analyze the methodological, axiological and logical aspects of science, and to understand the historical, social and cognitive study of science and technology. This subject also trains students to understand the different areas of human knowledge (epistemological, ontological and communicative) and its creation, validity and limits.

  • Module II: Theoretical Philosophy

    The subject Anthropology offers students a philosophical view of human beings, culture and history that provides them with the fundamental building blocks for understanding the essential equality between men and women, among other aspects. It also enables them to engage in philosophical reflection on the aesthetic experience and the nature of art.

    The subject Metaphysics enables students to understand the systematic analysis of the way in which the "Real" is conceptualized, in terms of both its categorical and transcendental structures. It also provides them with the skills required to tackle the problem of meaning and the different ways of totalizing it.

  • Module III: Practical and Social Philosophy

    The subject Sociology enables students to carry out a critical reflection on human sociability and the nature of social phenomena. A particularly important aspect concerns the phenomenon of violence and the search for peace.

    The subject Ethics, Politics and Citizenship gives students the capacity to analyze the moral experience of human beings, the perception of their fundamental rights, the application of moral theories and the nature of political phenomena.

  • Module IV: History and Thought

    The subject History of Philosophy provides students with knowledge and an understanding of the historical development of philosophical thought in an academic, social and cultural context, from the classical era up to the present day, as well as the skills needed to analyze today's key philosophical trends.

    The subject History provides students with a basic understanding of human history in all its forms (political, economic, social, cultural, etc.), so that they are able to contextualize the philosophical, artistic and cultural expressions of societies throughout time and analyze the most relevant historical transformations and social issues of each era, especially the contemporary period.

    The subject Keys to the Modern World allows students to acquire points of reference in order to critically analyze cultural and scientific trends and the historical roots of their own cultural tradition, including an understanding of Christianity, in order to open the doors to an understanding of the features that characterize other traditions. In this module, 6 ECTS credits must be taken from a list of proposed subjects.

  • Module V: Supplementary Training and Professional Specialization

    Elective subjects allow students to develop their résumé by following one of the professional pathways or interdisciplinary study programs.

    Students can obtain elective ECTS credits through supervised work and seminars, and through participation in cultural and other activities.

    Internships are also included within the elective subjects. These focus on students' practical training, which helps develop a more versatile graduate profile. This module is aimed at developing skills such as leadership, teamwork, creativity, initiative, etc.

  • Module VI: Final Year Project

    Completion of a research project on a topic chosen by the student under the supervision of a tutor. Students may register for the Final Year Project during the year in which they are in a position to finish their studies (not before their Fourth Year at university).

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