SKILLS ON THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PHILOSOPHY
CG1 - Ability to acquire basic knowledge of the respective modules and subjects.
CG2 - Ability to apply the basic knowledge acquired to the solving of theoretical and practical problems, creatively presenting the results of your research, and making possible novel approaches in interdisciplinary dialog.
CG3 - Ability to transmit the questions, methods of seeking answers and solutions from the respective modules and subjects to specialist and non-specialist listeners.
CG4 - Ability to dialog critically with the various languages and propositions that confront the theoretical/practical problems of human life, constantly seeking to mediate between opposing view-points.
CG5 - Ability to reflect in depth.
CG6 - Ability to analyze and synthesize.
CG7 - Critical reasoning ability.
CG8 - Ability to express yourself correctly in your own language, both orally and in writing.
CG9 - Ability to defend or reject an argument in accordance with the rigor of logical laws.
CG10 - Ability to manage information from several sources.
CG11 - Ability to organize and plan topics and projects.
CG12 - Ability to work independently and prepare personal work plans, organizing time, and strategies.
CG13 - Ability to deliberate and take decisions to resolve theoretical/practical problems that make appropriate adaptations to novel situations possible.
CG19 - Engage successfully in team work, particularly within multidisciplinary teams.
CG15 - Capacity to reflect, deliberate, and take justified personal decisions on social topics that affect contemporary people, applying analysis to the clarification of moral, political, and social questions.
CG16 - Ability to recognize the contribution to the sense of human life of the different religious traditions present in our current culture.
CE1 - Ability to use libraries and various documentary sources effectively.
CE2 - Ability to relate ideas.
CE3 - Ability to propose philosophical questions.
CE4 - Sensitivity in the interpretation of texts from different eras or traditions.
CE5 - Sensitivity to diverse opinions, languages, proposals, practices, or ways of life.
CE6 - Ability to examine problems with precision in language and thought.
CE7 - Ability to perform philosophical analysis and construct correct arguments.
CE8 - Ability to synthesize philosophical ideas and texts.
CE9 - Clarity and rigor in the evaluation of the arguments presented in a text.
CE10 - Ability to make and present an evaluation of relevant philosophical considerations.
CE11 - Ability to know how to work with different traditions and methods of thought.
CE12 - Ability to recognize methodological errors and rhetorical devices.
CE13 - Ability to identify the matters of substance in any debate.
CE14 - Ability to confront ideas critically.
CE15 - Ability to examine critically presuppositions and methods.
CE16 - Ability to use and specialist philosophical terminology.
CE17 - Ability to order and organize a complex body pf philosophical information.
CE18 - Capacity to formulate and evaluate opposing arguments.
CE19 - Capacity to listen to complex presentations or talks.
CE20 - Ability to apply philosophical tools and techniques.
SKILLS ON THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND ECONOMY. (ONLINE) INTER-UNIVERSITY DEUSTO AND COMILLAS
GS1 - Ability to understand and use precise terminology, the suitable resources and the appropriate documentation to formulate reasoning and good, well-argued critical judgement in each of the disciplinary areas of the degree.
GS2 - Ability to identify and analyse the factors of the ethical character present in the relevant conflict situations of contemporary philosophy, political science and economics, contrasting the major theoretical approaches through deliberation and dialogue.
GS3 - Ability to understand and contrast the different alternative solutions proposed in the different theoretical frameworks of problematic situations in the areas of contemporary philosophy, politics, society and economics using the tools of analysis pertaining and relating to the ethical principles studied.
GS4 - Ability to make efficient use of methodological tools in the fields of social and human science to critically locate and interpret sources, data and information, applying them to the activities and tasks that arise in the different areas of study.
GS5 - Ability to identify and analyse the most significant elements that comprise the different social realities to interpret them and explain them from a systemic focus through holistic models used in the areas of study of the degree (philosophy, politics and economics).
TS1 - Ability to demonstrate an excellent oral and written command of Spanish and communicate using the accepted terminology and techniques of the corresponding professional profiles. Level C1 OF CEFR.
TS2 - Ability to communicate in an efficient manner in English using the accepted terminology and techniques of the corresponding professional profiles. Level B2 OF CEFR.
TS3 - Ability to recognise diversity and multiculturalism through the work of an interdisciplinary team.
TS4 - Ability to integrate with, and collaborate actively in achieving the common objectives with, other people, areas and organisations.
TS5 - To be inclined towards the moral good in oneself and in others, that is, towards that which it is or means to be good, the experience of sentience, realization of the person, sense of justice and the preservation of said moral good.
SS01 - Ability to select the appropriate theoretical principles of the principal theories and focuses used in the course to argue from different perspectives and supporting such arguments using analytical methodology, paradigms and concepts of the Human and Social Sciences.
SS02 - Ability to interrelate the different theories that intervene in the disciplines of the degree and the approaches (political, economic and sociological) and that explain the organisation of contemporary societies.
SS03 - Ability to analyse the contemporary diversity taking into account the different disciplines of the degree through the identification of the problems, the collection and analysis of data and the interpretation of results.
SS04 - Ability to identify, contrast and evaluate in different political programs, those elements of the proposals that are oriented towards improving social life, using the appropriate methodological tools.
SS05 - Ability to demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of the basic concepts developed in the field of philosophy, politics and the economy, applying these to tasks of critical reflection argued on the basis of a concept, theme or notion from the philosophical, historical, political, economic or sociological field.
SS06 - Ability to formulate questions with political, economic and social content, identifying the necessary sources for the preparation of a diagnostic analysis of the situation and proposing a summary of the results obtained.
SS07 - Ability to issue judgements that include ethical reflection of fundamental themes of a philosophical, political, sociological or economic nature in a representative context of society at both an international and local level.
SS08 - Ability to identify the challenges in the different areas of interest and analyse the realities studied as part of the course, indicating the conditions and resources that will allow us to face various theoretical focuses.
SS09 - Ability to analyse the socio-economic aspects involved in contemporary social policies, those that affect both the public and private spheres to evaluate and compare the possible benefits and returns expected.
SS10 - Ability to demonstrate a basic handling of the methodologies and techniques of data analysis in the area of Social Sciences applying these to the preparation of diagnoses and expert opinions.
SS11 - Ability to evaluate the contribution of the different disciplines within the course and the degree to which they complement the interpretation of the social reality, along with possible limitations, collaborating with multidisciplinary teams.
SS12 - Ability to identify the socio-political and economic proposals that favour or hinder the integration of individuals and groups at risk of social exclusion or other forms of marginalisation and/or discrimination.
SS13 - Ability to recognise and evaluate the regulatory aspects, the framework of rights and duties inherent in the exercise of citizenship and the profession.
SS14 - Knowledge of the principal institutions, processes and policies in different countries and ability to analyse and evaluate the possible scenarios of international policy, applying a comparative method.