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5 years / 348 ECTS
Online / Class and/or tutorial attendance required at certain times
This Bachelor’s Degree combines tradition in university education , the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy, with one of the most innovative in our country, the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, with a long trajectory and recognition in the Anglo-Saxon world. The combination of both degrees is especially useful to acquire and develop a multidisciplinary perspective that helps to capture and interpret the growing complexity of the world in which we live.
Processes such as economic and social globalization, growing inequality, multiculturalism, demographic aging and environmental sustainability require both a profound and critical viewpoint stemming from Philosophy, cand the knowledge of the economic, social and political conditions that allow them to be fully understood.
The combination of both degrees allows students to develop a multidisciplinary perspective
This dual (double) degree aims to respond to new demands from students, society, organizations of different types and also from the increasingly complex and varied professional world. The combination in its teaching methodology of a degree with class attendance, and an on-line component, incorporates communication technologies as an essential part of student training, thus providing new possibilities and horizons for learning.
Many people like you are already making the most of their Bachelor´s Degree. Learn about their experiences.
The relationship between teachers and students is excellent, in an atmosphere of closeness and respect.
This program provides me with a point of view from several disciplines that allows me to make decisions and exercise responsibility from different perspectives.
These studies have taught me to overcome daily challenges and to value the importance of small achievements.
With this degree, you will contribute to the transformation of society
Garcia Baro Professor, Comillas Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Applicant Profile/Requirements and Documentation
Perfil de Ingreso
Personas que posean curiosidad intelectual e Inclinación por el ejercicio metódico de la reflexión y del cuestionamiento crítico sobre los problemas de la existencia humana, de los que se ocupa la Filosofía. Estar dispuesto a dialogar con otros, a respetar la diversidad de los puntos de vista, y a formarse juicios autónomos.
Personas interesadas en captar e interpretar la complejidad creciente del mundo en el que vivimos desde una perspectiva multidisciplinar. Personas que buscan el rigor analítico, la reflexión global e integradora y el sentido crítico que aporta la filosofía, que son conscientes de papel central de economía para el desarrollo de las personas y de las sociedades y que entienden que la perspectiva política resulta cada vez más necesaria para comprender y actuar en las modernas sociedades.
Requisitos y Documentación
Para comenzar tus estudios en el Doble Grado en Filosofía y Filosofía, Política y Economía es condición indispensable acreditar que cumples con los requisitos legales de acceso a la Universidad. Nota informativa sobre la documentación a presentar
Subjects of the Diploma in Personal, Communicative, and Professional Skills
|Philosophical Anthropology||9.0 ECTS|
|The Philosophy of Nature||7.5 ECTS|
|History of Ancient Philosophy||9.0 ECTS|
|History of Medieval Philosophy||9.0 ECTS|
|Introduction to Philosophy||3.0 ECTS|
|Latin I||6.0 ECTS|
|Logic and Theory in Presenting Arguments||9.0 ECTS|
|Theory of Knowledge||7.5 ECTS|
|Basics of Political Science||6.0 ECTS|
|Political and Economical Principles||6.0 ECTS|
|Greek I||4.5 ECTS|
|Greek II||4.5 ECTS|
|History of Contemporary Philosophy||9.0 ECTS|
|History of Modern Philosophy||9.0 ECTS|
|Latin II||6.0 ECTS|
|Research Methods and Data Analysis||6.0 ECTS|
|Constitutional System||6.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía de la Ciencia I||3.0 ECTS|
|Estética I||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía del Lenguaje I||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía Española I||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía Social y Política I||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía de la Religión I||3.0 ECTS|
|Literatura y Pensamiento I||3.0 ECTS|
|Historia Universal I||3.0 ECTS|
|Sociología I||3.0 ECTS|
|Biología I||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía de la Ciencia II||3.0 ECTS|
|Estética II||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía del Lenguaje II||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía Española II||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía Social y Política II||3.0 ECTS|
|Filosofía de la Religión II||3.0 ECTS|
|Literatura y Pensamiento II||3.0 ECTS|
|Historia Universal II||3.0 ECTS|
|Sociología II||3.0 ECTS|
|Biología II||3.0 ECTS|
|Entrepreneurship and Professional Development||2.0 ECTS|
|Introducción a las Relaciones Internacionales||6.0 ECTS|
|Trabajo Fin de Grado Filosofía||6.0 ECTS|
|Corrientes Actuales de la Filosofía||6.0 ECTS|
|Historia de las Grandes Religiones||6.0 ECTS|
|Historia de las Artes Contemporáneas||6.0 ECTS|
|Pensamiento Social Cristiano||3.0 ECTS|
|Seminario de Investigación: Lógica, Epistemología y Filosofía del Lenguaje||6.0 ECTS|
|Filosofías no Occidentales||4.5 ECTS|
|Filosofía en Textos Literarios||4.5 ECTS|
|Historia de los Movimientos Culturales||6.0 ECTS|
|Seminario de Investigación: Metafísica||6.0 ECTS|
|Seminario de Investigación: Filosofía Práctica||6.0 ECTS|
|Ignatian Leadership||2.0 ECTS|
|Economía Española y Mundial||6.0 ECTS|
|Análisis de la Realidad Social||6.0 ECTS|
|Trabajo Fin de Grado Filosofía, Política y Economía||6.0 ECTS|
|Política, Información y Comunicación||6.0 ECTS|
|Historia del Pensamiento Económico||6.0 ECTS|
|Análisis en Política Internacional||6.0 ECTS|
|Ética y Cívica Profesional||6.0 ECTS|
|Sociología Política||6.0 ECTS|
|Teorías de la Justicia||6.0 ECTS|
|Historia de las Ideas y de las Formas Políticas||6.0 ECTS|
|Economía Internacional||6.0 ECTS|
The Main Academic Norms that govern the Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics are:
Academic Norms of the Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Regulations to Continue as a Student Enrolled in the Degree
Academic Norms for Bachelor´s Degree Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Regulations for the Validation and Transfer of Credits
TValidation Table for the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy and Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics
General Skills and Abilities
CG1 - Understand and use precise terminology, the appropriate resources and adequate documentation to formulate well-argued critical reasoning and judgments in each one of the disciplines of the degree.
CG2 - Identify and analyze ethical factors present in relevant conflictive situations of current philosophical, political-social and economic themes, contrasting the most outstanding theoretical proposals through deliberation and dialogue.
CG3 - Understand and contrast the different alternative solutions proposed in the various theoretical frameworks to problematic situations in current philosophical, political-social and economic spheres, using the relevant analysis for analysis and relating them to the ethical principles studied.
CG4 – Use efficiently the methodological tools of the field of Social and Human Sciences to locate and interpret sources, data and information critically, applying them to the activities and tasks proposed in the different areas of study.
CG5 - Identify and analyze the most significant elements that integrate and contribute to different social realities in order to interpret and explain them from a systemic approach through holistic models of the areas of knowledge of the degree (Philosophy, Politics and Economics).
Transversal Skills and Abilities
CT1 - Demonstrate an excellent oral and written command of Spanish with the ability to communicate using the terminology and techniques accepted in the corresponding professional profiles. Level C1 of the .
CT2 - Communicate effectively in English using the terminology and techniques accepted in the corresponding professional profiles. Levels B2 of the .
CT3 - Recognize diversity and multiculturalism through work on an interdisciplinary .
CT4 - Integrate and collaborate actively in the achievement of common objectives with other people, areas and organizations.
CT5 - Incline positively towards the moral good of oneself and of others, that is to say, towards everything that is or means well, experience of meaning, realization of the person, sense of justice, and perseverance in this aforementioned moral good.
Specific Skills and Abilities
CE01 - Select the appropriate theoretical principles of the main theories and approaches worked on in the degree in order to argue from different perspectives and support such arguments in the use of methodologies of analysis, paradigms and concepts inherent to Social and Human Sciences.
CE02 - Interrelate the different theories that intervene in the disciplines of the Bachelor´s Degree and the proposals (political, economic, sociological) that explain the organization of contemporary societies.
CE03 - Analyze Philosophy, Politics and Economics, taking into account the different disciplines of the Bachelor´s Degree, through the identification of problems, the collection and analysis of data, and the interpretation of results.
CE04 - Identify, contrast and evaluate, in different political programs, which elements of proposals are aimed at improving social life, using the appropriate methodological tools.
CE05 - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts developed in the fields of Philosophy, Politics and Economics, applying them to tasks of critical reflection and based on a concept, topic or notion of the philosophical, historical, political, economic or social fields.
CE06 - Formulate problems of political, economic and social content, identifying the necessary sources for the preparation of a diagnostic analysis of the situation and proposal of a synthesis of the results obtained.
CE07 - Issue judgements that include an ethical reflection on fundamental philosophical, political, social and economic issues in a representative context of both international and local society.
CE08 - Identify the challenges posed in the different areas of interest and analysis of the reality studied in the Bachelor´s Degree, also indicating the conditions and resources that would allow facing them from different theoretical approaches.
CE09 - Analyze the socio-economic aspects involved in current social policies, those affecting both the public and private spheres, in order to evaluate and compare the possible benefits and expected returns.
CE10 - Demonstrate a basic level of command of data analysis techniques and techniques in the field of Social Sciences, applying them to drawing up diagnoses and opinions.
CE11 - Value the contribution of the different disciplines of the Bachelor´s Degree and its complementarity in the interpretation of social reality, as well as its possible limitations, collaborating on multidisciplinary teams.
CE12 - Identify political-social and economic proposals that favor or hinder the integration of people and groups at risk of social exclusion or other forms of marginalization and / or discrimination.
CE13 - Recognize and assess norms, rules and regulations, the framework of rights and duties inherent in the exercise of citizenship and of profession.
CE14 - Know the main institutions, processes and policies of different countries, to analyze and assess possible international policy scenarios, applying a comparative method.
The main academic pathways to which this Bachelor´s Degree gives access are the Master's Degree courses both in Philosophical Research (orientated toward the Doctorate in Philosophy and for teachers of Compulsory Secondary and High School Education (graduates may choose to teach Philosophy as well as History). Secondarily, the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy opens doors, in principle, to any other Master's Degree course at Spanish universities, although candidates are always subject to satisfying the additional requirements that such studies require, given their special training as a graduate of the degree.
Professional competencies as a holder of the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy should take into account the progressive changes in the profile of this degree.
Profile of Graduates of this Bachelor´s Degree
Professional opportunities for the Bachelor´s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics include, in addition to teaching and research, both in one discipline and in an interdisciplinary manner, cultural management, the publishing world, social media, or participation on Ethics Committees.
It is necessary to add other activities for which holders of this Bachelor´s Degrees are also qualified: access to a high level of Civil Servants in Public Administrations, by means of passing the state exams for these professions, for technical or specialized functions.
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