Studying philosophy at degree level is an opportunity to hone your analytical and reasoning skills.
Studying philosophy at degree level at Cardiff is an opportunity to explore the works of key philosophers and examine specific moral questions of gender, justice and the environment while honing your analytical and reasoning skills.
Our programme covers the full range of contemporary philosophical concerns, with a strong emphasis on ethics, politics and aesthetics. Our programme is carefully structured to introduce you to the subject so that you can progressively build up your critical understanding and creative philosophical skills.
We offer a stand alone course in philosophy, as well as the option to study philosophy with joint honours.
|Degree name||UCAS Code|
|English Language and Philosophy (BA)||QV35|
|English Literature and Philosophy (BA)||VQ53|
|French and Philosophy (BA)||VR51|
|Italian and Philosophy (BA)||VR53|
|Music and Philosophy (BA)||VW53|
|Philosophy and Ancient History (BA)||VV51|
|Philosophy and Archaeology (BA)||VV54|
|Philosophy and Economics (BA)||VL51|
|Philosophy and History (BA)||VV15|
|Politics and Philosophy (BA)||LV25|
|Religious Studies and Philosophy (BA)||VV65|
|Spanish and Philosophy (BA)||RV45|
|Welsh and Philosophy (BA)||QV55|
Your future in mind
We help our students to develop as critically minded, culturally aware citizens with a wide range of transferable skills that appeal to employers. Philosophy graduates go on to diverse careers that include the civil service, other government and public sector administration bodies, the charity or not-for-profit sector, non-governmental organisations, teaching, marketing and advertising.