Philosophy is about asking, and attempting to answer, fundamental questions such as
- What is knowledge?
- Do we see the world as it is, or is our perception of the world misleading?
- Does God exist and what is the problem of evil?
- What is the nature of mind and can we explain the mental purely in terms of the physical?
- What is moral goodness, and what is the nature of moral language?
This engaging and thought-provoking course helps you to develop knowledge and understanding of the content, including through the use of philosophical analysis (conceptual analysis and argument analysis).
By the end of the course you will be able to analyse and evaluate the philosophical arguments within the subject content to form reasoned judgements. As a result, the course blends well when combined with other A Levels such as Psychology, Sociology, Law and English Literature, and even some of our science subjects such as Physics and Biology.
- Moral Philosophy
Start: 6th September 2021
A Level Programme (2 years)
Course code: C000450 / Q034655
A Level Philosophy
Applicants with predicted GCSE grades 1 or 2 points below the entry requirement for an A Level:
If your predicted grades do not meet the entry requirements for either 1 or 2 of your chosen A Level subject choices, don’t worry we will still make you a conditional offer. We advise that you think about a second choice of course as a back-up plan. You can meet with us for a supportive, friendly and impartial discussion to look at other courses that Nottingham College has to offer. For more information contact High Pavement Sixth Form admissions by telephone on 0115 9100 100 or email at email@example.com
Applicants who choose 4 subjects but only have the entry requirements to study 3:
If your predicted grades do not meet the entry requirements to study 4 A Level subjects, don’t worry we will still make you a conditional offer for all 4. At your ‘Get Ready for College’ day you will undertake tasters in your subjects and at this point you can discuss your options with subject staff at the event, to help you finalise your subject choices. Final A Level choices however will be made at enrolment in August when your GCSE results are confirmed.
Assessment is by written exam.
Students may progress to a philosophy degree or a combined degree such as Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), or a range of dual honours degrees which combine philosophy with, for example, theology; physics; linguistics; languages; music; or mathematics.
Students aged 16-18 don't have to pay tuition fees.
If you are aged 19 or over you may still be eligible for funding. Check out our Financial Help pages to find out more!
If you are an EU/EEA or Swiss National, please visit our EU Settled Status scheme page for more information.
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