The degree program takes a largely but not exclusively research-based approach. It also provides training in intellectual habits that are particularly useful for non-academic tasks such as management, critical capacity and resolution of complex problems. In doing so, it boosts intangible capital.
The specific objectives of the program are as follows:
To provide in-depth theoretical knowledge of the three fundamental pillars of philosophy: reality, knowledge and praxis.
To provide the tools required for research in philosophy in the case of students who wish to pursue doctoral studies.
To enhance the philosophical, reflective and critical training needed in an increasingly complex social, economic and political context.
To consolidate the training of those students who are already engaged in professional work.