Free online course: History and Philosophy of Science in 20 objects

Discover 20 interesting objects and how they have shaped our understanding of a range of topics, from the human mind, to genetics, creationism and even economics.

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School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science undergraduate courses

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Undergraduate degrees

Philosophy, Religion, and History of Science are subjects that concern fundamental questions about the world and our place in it. Many of these questions have implications for our daily lives, and all of them are fascinating and intellectually challenging.

Your time as an undergraduate student in our School will provide you with vital tools for understanding and engaging with our complex contemporary world.

You can study theology and religious studies, history and philosophy of science or philosophy as a major subject on the BA Liberal Arts degree. 

Enhance your degree

Your time with us will involve much more than your academic studies. You'll be able to take advantage of a range of opportunities, helping you develop your skills and gain important life experience.


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Avigail Kohn
Student | BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics
“There are so many activities available for students to take part in outside of their studies here. I started up the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Society, which allows students on the course to meet in a more social, informal environment.”