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Attestation 40 ECTS en grec ancien
BA - Philosophy, 1st part (2013 ->)
BA - Political Science (Minor), 2nd part (2012 ->)
Attestation 40 ECTS en histoire ancienne

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Certificate of 40 credits ECTS in Ancient Greek (2013 ->)

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Philosophy (2013 ->)

Programme requirements :60 credits ECTS in the first year, 20 each in three different subjects, 120 credits ECTS in the second (2 year) stage, 50 credits in each major and 20 in the options programme.

Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts provides a solid foundation of expertise in two disciplinary fields belonging to languages and literature and/or historical sciences and/or philosophy and theoretical sciences. By studying a third disciplinary field or a range of options, students will have the possibility of expanding their awareness of cultural diversity in the humanities. By the end of their Bachelor's degree, and in a second language if necessary, students will be able to:

- identify corpora of different types and from different periods in each of the main disciplinary fields,
- compare these same corpora using methodological tools and research instruments that allow them to be interpreted by placing them in an historical, linguistic, cultural or social context,
- analyse these same corpora in relation to specific themes or issues and from a range of different perspectives,
- relate the knowledge acquired in one of the main disciplinary fields to the knowledge acquired in other disciplinary field(s) studied,
- express themselves orally and in writing on complex subjects in a clear and well-structured manner,
- identify, through analysis and synthesis of information, the issues at stake on a given topic, in addition to putting various points of view into perspective and taking a position on the topic
- build on their knowledge with a high degree of autonomy, using third languages where appropriate,
- cooperate with other students in group work,
while respecting intellectual property values and ethics.
Duration :From 6 to 10 semesters, with exceptions, for the Bachelor of Arts degree worth 180 ECTS credits. 1 credit ECTS = 25-30 hours of workload

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Political Science (Minor/External Branch) (2012 ->)

Programme requirements :60 credits ECTS in the first year, 20 each in three different subjects, 120 credits ECTS in the second (2 year) stage, 50 credits in each major and 20 in the options programme.

Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts provides a solid foundation of expertise in two disciplinary fields belonging to languages and literature and/or historical sciences and/or philosophy and theoretical sciences. By studying a third disciplinary field or a range of options, students will have the possibility of expanding their awareness of cultural diversity in the humanities. By the end of their Bachelor's degree, and in a second language if necessary, students will be able to:

- identify corpora of different types and from different periods in each of the main disciplinary fields,
- compare these same corpora using methodological tools and research instruments that allow them to be interpreted by placing them in an historical, linguistic, cultural or social context,
- analyse these same corpora in relation to specific themes or issues and from a range of different perspectives,
- relate the knowledge acquired in one of the main disciplinary fields to the knowledge acquired in other disciplinary field(s) studied,
- express themselves orally and in writing on complex subjects in a clear and well-structured manner,
- identify, through analysis and synthesis of information, the issues at stake on a given topic, in addition to putting various points of view into perspective and taking a position on the topic
- build on their knowledge with a high degree of autonomy, using third languages where appropriate,
- cooperate with other students in group work,
while respecting intellectual property values and ethics.
Duration :From 6 to 10 semesters, with exceptions, for the Bachelor of Arts degree worth 180 ECTS credits. 1 credit ECTS = 25-30 hours of workload

 

Certificate of 40 credits ECTS in Ancient History (2013 ->)

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