Bachelor in Philosophy of a Specific Discipline

Because philosophy is everywhere

Programme in short

A degree in philosophy is an excellent complement to any other degree.

Key Facts & Figures

Type
Bachelor
Degree
BA
Mode of study
Full-time
Instruction language
English
Duration
3 years
Study points (EC)
180
Start date
September
Application Deadline (EEA)
1 June
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Why study this programme?

Erasmus School of Philosophy offers the unique programme 'Bachelor in Philosophy of a Specific Discipline' for students who wish to obtain a second degree in philosophy. This programme is highly flexible and can be easily combined with all bachelor programmes offered at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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Career prospectives

Having two bachelor degrees increases your employability in almost every sector and gives you a head start when searching for a job.

Word from our students

Crystalina Agyeman

Law with Philosophy

Why do we live in a world where there is division and hatred? We all have different backgrounds, so why do we still judge before we get to know someone? Philosophy allowed me to acquire a deeper understanding of questions like these.
Why do we live in a world where there is division and hatred? We all have different backgrounds, so why do we still judge before we get to know someone? Philosophy allowed me to acquire a deeper understanding of questions like these.

Sadaf Soloukey

Medicine with Philosophy

Philosophy has allowed me not only to analyze the theoretical framework for existential reorientation in current debates in medicine but also to formulate practical advices for doctors, scientists and other professionals.
Philosophy has allowed me not only to analyze the theoretical framework for existential reorientation in current debates in medicine but also to formulate practical advices for doctors, scientists and other professionals.

Tim van Doorne

Double Bachelor Economics with Philosophy

Governments often implement new policies to improve the wellbeing of citizens. Economists deem policies positive if they raise GDP, but fail to evaluate changes in wellbeing. Philosophy shows there is more to wellbeing than meets the eye.
Governments often implement new policies to improve the wellbeing of citizens. Economists deem policies positive if they raise GDP, but fail to evaluate changes in wellbeing. Philosophy shows there is more to wellbeing than meets the eye.

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