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Bachelor of Arts (BA) in the Study of Religions (2017), 1st year
BA - Philosophy, 1st part (2013 ->)

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Bachelor of Arts (BA) in the Study of Religions (2017 ->)

Programme requirements :Propaedeutic year program (1st year) :
- Major (42 credits ECTS), 4 study-units : « Historiography, concepts ans methods » (10 ECTS), « Introduction to three Area Studies » (15 ECTS), « Introduction to disciplinary approaches » (9 ECTS), « Options » (8 ECTS).
- Minor (18 credits ECTS) : « Religions, language and texts », theology, political science, social sciences, psychology, history (20 ECTS), ancient history (20 ECTS), archeology (20 ECTS), philosophy (20 ECTS), South Asian languages and civilisations (20 ECTS), Computer Sciences for Humanities (20 ECTS), Geography.

To successfully complete the Major propaedeutic year program, the followings are required :
- arithmetical average of the five marks equal or superior to 4 obtained in the two study-units « Historiography, concepts ans methods » (2 marks), and « Introduction to three Area Studies » (3 marks), on the condition that the student did not obtained a mark inferior to 3, when required at the second attempt.
- A minimum of 14 credits has to be successfully completed, when required at the second attempt, in the study-units « Introduction to disciplinary approaches » and « Options », subject to the fact that the student presented all the required evaluations.

To successfully complete the Minor propaedeutic year program, the followings are required :
- A minimum of 15 credits has to be successfully completed, when required at the second attempt, subject to the fact that the student presented all the required evaluations of the Minor « Religions, language and texts ».
- To successfully complete the propaedeutical year program of the external Minor, with the conditions of the Faculty in charge of the concerned Minor programme.

Second part programme (2nd and 3rd years) :
- Major (78 credits ECTS), 6 study-units : « Historiography, concepts ans methods II » (12 ECTS), « Advanced courses in Area Studies » (27 ECTS), « Advanced courses in disciplinary approaches » (18 ECTS), « Language » (12 ECTS), « Options » (9 ECTS).
- Minor (42 credits ECTS) : « Religions, language and texts », political science, social sciences, psychology, history (50 ECTS), ancient history (50 ECTS), archeology (50 ECTS), philosophy (50 ECTS), South Asian languages and civilisations (50 ECTS), Computer Sciences for Humanities (20 ECTS), Geography.

To successfully complete the Major program, the followings are required :
- A minimum of 63 credits has to be successfully completed, when required at the second attempt, in the second part programme of the Major, subject to the fact that the student presented all the required evaluations and that he did not obtain a mark inferior to 3 at the second attempt for the « integrative exam » of the study-unit « Historiography, concepts ans methods II ».

To successfully complete the Minor, the followings are required :
- A minimum of 33 credits has to be successfully completed, when required at the second attempt, in the second part program of the Minor « Religions, language and texts », subject to the fact that the student presented all the required evaluations ;
- To successfully complete the second part program of the external Minor or Minor in Theology, with the conditions of the Faculty in charge of the concerned Minor program.

 

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.
Duration :From 6 to 10 semesters, with exceptions
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