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Learn to think outside the box

Field of knowledge: 03 “Humanities”

Educational program: 033 “Philosophy”

Qualification: Bachelor of Philosophy

-Junior specialist in the field of education;
-Secretary of administrative bodies;
-Teacher of secondary school;
-Secretary of the committee (organizations, enterprises);
-Specialist of political parties, organizations, groups;
-Technical specialist in the field of management;
-Civil servant for culture, education, youth, relations between the state and the church;
-Employee in publishing;

-activities related to data banks;
-research and development in the humanities;
-research and development in the field of social sciences;
-study research and identification of public opinion;
-public relations activities;
-providing secretarial and translation services;
-auxiliary activities in the field of public administration;
-secondary education;
-extracurricular education;
-adult education and other types of education;
-activities of public organizations.

The Department of Religious Studies of UGI was established in 2004. The best philosophical and religious training takes into account and creatively uses the best practices of domestic and foreign research and educational institutions. Special seminars for students of the institute are conducted not only by leading domestic scientists, but also by philosophers and religious scholars from other countries, in particular, Mexico, Poland, Romania, and the United States.

A total of 14 teachers work at the graduating department. The educational process is provided by 2 doctors of philosophical sciences, 5 candidates of philosophical sciences.

Qualification “Bachelor of Philosophy” provides a thorough humanitarian training: understanding of the basic laws of nature and society and the place of man in the world; awareness of the role and importance of culture in human history; possession of basic historical and philosophical education; awareness of current issues of modern humanities in general and philosophical thought in particular; operating the skills of analysis and interpretation of the text; awareness of the importance of universal values ​​and ethical norms; free knowledge of state and foreign languages; possession of modern information technologies and the ability to apply them in professional activities.

The bachelor’s program in “Philosophy” provides students with a thorough knowledge of the history of world philosophy, modern philosophical thought, classical and current philosophical sources. Proper language training allows for the widespread use of original monuments of world and domestic philosophical thought in the educational process.