Comments about Master Ethics & the Philosophy of Religion - At the institution - London - Greater London
To provide teaching and research training in the philosophical issues surrounding religious belief and practice as these are discussed in analytical philosophy, with special reference to the interrelationships between ethics and religion.
people with a minimum 2:1 honours degree in theology, religious studies, or other related disciplines, or other relevant qualifications and experience. Where your degree is in a subject unrelated to the proposed field of study, you may be advised to take the Graduate Diploma.
MA Ethics & the Philosophy of Religion
- Access to a large, distinguished academic community, including experts in ethics, philosophy of religion, and philosophical and medical ethics.
- Direct access to unrivalled holdings at the Maughan Library, including the recently acquired Sion College Library collection.
- Participation in research seminars and conferences hosted by the department's Centre for the History of Philosophical Theology.
This MA offers an advanced introduction to major topics in the philosophy of religion and ethics as well as major methodological approaches to those subjects. It is a means of gaining research skills in the area through practice in the close reading of philosophical texts throughout the programme. Skills in literature surveys and in the presentation of extended argument are inculcated through a compulsory research dissertation.
Programme format and assessment
Taught core and optional modules assessed by coursework plus a 15,000 word dissertation.
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.