Students interested in studying philosophy as part of a multi-major programme with other B.S. degree programmes, particularly those in the living sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, engineering, or technology, should apply. It enables such students to study the philosophical, critical, and ethical components of pure and applied sciences, as well as the philosophical topics that are necessary for such research. The emphasis is on analytic and normative reasoning as they relate to reasoning and explanation; theory and practise; the nature and limits of human knowledge; and the structure and knowability of the world it strives to comprehend.
- Deliver a planned but flexible study that is influenced by current research and allows students to critically examine and think for themselves about philosophical arguments and concerns.
- Provide you with a programme in which you will study texts and questions from both within and outside the analytical philosophical tradition.
- Develop subject-specific knowledge, as well as cognitive, intellectual, and transferable skills, in order to prepare for future academic study and career.
- Use a diverse range of teaching and evaluation approaches, as well as effective and efficient use of learning resources.
- To improve your growth and academic development, provide an excellent induction programme as well as academic and pastoral support.