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» Branch of study categories » Philosophy, theology
Faculty Faculty of Arts (FIF)
Study programme Human Studies (N6107)
Branch of study Philosophy (6101T004/00 - 2015)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Master (Mgr.)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam, Master's Thesis Defense
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Tvrdý Filip, Mgr. Ph.D.
Phone: 585633194
Key learning outcomes The aim of the study of philosophy is to acquire a high level of knowledge and skills enabling research and publication. Philosophy is one of pillars of European culture and inspired many advances in the sciences, ethics and politics. The student will not only acquire knowledge but also respect for its legacy, which will be passed to others.
Specific admission requirements unspecified
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning unspecified
Qualification requirements and regulations 60 ECTS credits Passing the state final exam
Profile of the programme academical
Persistence requirements unspecified
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples Through philosophy the graduate student will find a greater understanding of the world we live in and how we should live in it. A broad range of employers will value his ability to think critically and creatively, write clearly and interestingly, discuss big questions intelligenty, and develop a convincing argument. While philosophy does not in and of itself grant occupational venues, it does make possible a well-rounded education allowing students to excel at various activities such as teaching at middle and high schools as well as academic levels, publishing, journalism, marketing, political work, the media and the legal profession. Philosophers are found working with almost every type of employer in the public, private and not-for-profit sector.
Branch of study guarantor Blecha Ivan, prof. PhDr. CSc.

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