Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy – Graduates with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy can work as lecturers and researchers in their own areas, and can increase the number and variety of opportunities available to them in this field by acquiring a master’s or doctoral degree in philosophy. In addition, the specific skills acquired in the program, such as the ability to work with abstract concepts and complex texts, allow graduates to play an increasing role in a variety of different fields, the most notable of which are cultural and political journalism, publishing and public administration.
Teaching Degree -The subjects covered in the program for the teaching degree in philosophy qualify graduates to work in schools and non-school educational institutions both as elementary and secondary school teachers and in other areas related to education. Part of this professional training consists of investigation into and reflection on political and cultural aspects of education.