Awarded by: University of Wales Trinity Saint David (Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant)
Why study Classical Civilisation and Philosophy at UWTSD?
• Philosophy explores the big questions – Who are we? What is our place in the world? How should we live? What is reality? Philosophy approaches such questions through argument, vision and imagination.
• Philosophy is different from other academic disciplines in that it teaches you not what to think, but how to think, challenging one's beliefs and assumptions about the world.
• The Classical Civilisation element of this programme explores not only issues and topics related to, for example, fascinating historical figures like Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, and the Emperor Nero but also great literary works such as the Homeric epics, and the tragedies.
• We take an immersive approach to learning offering a diverse range of teaching approaches, including lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshop sessions.
• You will attend small-group classes with a focus on discussion and learning activities to encourage the self-development and critical reflection accepted as key to the development of personal and professional capacities.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
16 September 2019
Taking into account that student choices and requirements can differ radically, as well as ensuring a rounded knowledge of Philosophy and Classical Civilisation generally, the scheme offers modules covering a wide range of topics and issues. Some of the areas of study include, for example, ethics, self and identity, knowledge and reality, equality, justice, existentialism, animal ethics, political philosophy, environmental issues, freedom, existentialism, and Buddhism. In terms of Classical Civilisation, modules can be taken on a wide range of literary, mythological and historical topics, as well as modules on the Graeco-Roman world. Options to study abroad may also be available.
** Note that a range of modules in other disciplines is offered alongside the philosophy and classical civilisation ones. You could take modules in, for example, history, psychology, English, or creative writing.
The programme is assessed in a variety of ways and will include several of the following type of assessment: essays of 1000 to 4000 words in length, document analyses, book reviews, short reports and reflective journals, timed tests, take home exams, field journals, posters, group and individual presentations, dissertations of 10,000 words, wikis, commentaries and film evaluations.
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
You will need these codes when you add a choice to your application.
|Campus name||Lampeter Campus|
This means the year in which you would like to start the course.
‘Year 1’ means you will start in the first year.
‘Year 0’ means you will enter onto a foundation year.
You may be able to start some courses in the second or third years, if you meet certain criteria. You will need to discuss this with the university or college directly.
The following entry points are available for this course:
|UCAS Tariff||96 points|
|Channel Islands||£9,000||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9,000||Year 1|