Degree Programmes Offered.
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  • CE1: Be competent in the philosophical study of particular areas of research and human praxis, such as mind, knowledge, language, technology, science, society, culture, ethics, politics, law, religion, literature, arts and aesthetics, avoiding androcentric biases.
  • CE2: Acquire a basic knowledge of the problems, texts and methods that philosophy has developed throughout its history and recognise possible androcentric biases.
  • CE3: Be familiar with the ideas and arguments of the main philosophers and thinkers, extracted from their texts, and with the investigation of their traditions and schools, identifying the possible androcentric biases.
  • CE4: Be able to detect needs and situations that require the professional's intervention.
  • CE5: Be able to identify the useful resources that allow the professional's intervention to be carried out.
  • CE6: Know how to apply and develop the professional's intervention.
  • CE7: Use and rigorously analyse specialised philosophical terminology.
  • CE8: Identify the fundamental issues that underlie any type of debate.
  • CE9: Relate problems, ideas, schools and traditions.
  • CE10: Be able to apply the knowledge acquired to clarify or solve certain problems outside one's own field of knowledge.
  • CE11: Accurately describe the results of the analysis of controversial and complex problems.
  • CE12: Identify and evaluate clearly and rigorously the arguments presented either in texts or orally.
  • CE13: Be agile and efficient managing various sources of information: bibliographical, electronic and others.
  • CE14: Acquire the learning skills needed to undertake further studies with an increasing degree of autonomy.
  • CE15: Acquire suitable professional skills.
  • CE16: Know how to manage the different relationships with a client or another party taking account of gender equality.
  • CE17: Develop skills to cooperate with other professionals promoting gender equality.
  • CE18: Work with an increasing degree of self-motivation and self-demand.
  • CE19: Appreciate autonomy and independence of judgement.
  • CE20: Recognise human fallibility.
  • CE21: View original and creative thinking positively.
  • CE22: Be able to take on social and ethical commitments.
  • CE23: Recognise plurality and respect differences.
  • CE24: Experience the routine and less attractive aspects of the profession.
  • CE25: Become aware of the ethical component and deontological principles of professional practice.