Liberal Arts (BA) 36 months Undergraduate Program By The University of Warwick |Top Universities
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Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

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Program overview

Main Subject

Philosophy

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

This course is designed to enable students to gain the most, unconstrained by the traditional limitations of disciplinary studies, drawing on knowledge and methods from across the humanities, the social and natural sciences to address the specific complex problems of interest to them. The problem-based learning approach means students will become an active producer of ideas. Students can gain certificates demonstrating relevant professional skills and study abroad. Graduates can find career opportunities in various jobs across many fields. This include a career in Journalism (print, radio, TV) and Publishing; Industries such as Sales, Advertising or Public Relations could be appealing to those students who are interested in working in areas related to Marketing. Liberal Arts students may also consider working in Counselling/Psychotherapy, Social Work or as a spiritual leader. In order to become a counsellor or a psychotherapist, students will need to complete a certificate accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy or the UK Council for Psychotherapy. Becoming a social worker requires a postgraduate degree which could be undertaken at Warwick. Other popular career choices for Liberal Arts graduates are Law and Teaching. Students interested in the fields of climate change or sustainability may be suitable for the roles of policy advisers, campaigners, and administrators in the field and the Global Sustainable Development Pathway would be excellent preparation for such roles.

Program overview

Main Subject

Philosophy

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

This course is designed to enable students to gain the most, unconstrained by the traditional limitations of disciplinary studies, drawing on knowledge and methods from across the humanities, the social and natural sciences to address the specific complex problems of interest to them. The problem-based learning approach means students will become an active producer of ideas. Students can gain certificates demonstrating relevant professional skills and study abroad. Graduates can find career opportunities in various jobs across many fields. This include a career in Journalism (print, radio, TV) and Publishing; Industries such as Sales, Advertising or Public Relations could be appealing to those students who are interested in working in areas related to Marketing. Liberal Arts students may also consider working in Counselling/Psychotherapy, Social Work or as a spiritual leader. In order to become a counsellor or a psychotherapist, students will need to complete a certificate accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy or the UK Council for Psychotherapy. Becoming a social worker requires a postgraduate degree which could be undertaken at Warwick. Other popular career choices for Liberal Arts graduates are Law and Teaching. Students interested in the fields of climate change or sustainability may be suitable for the roles of policy advisers, campaigners, and administrators in the field and the Global Sustainable Development Pathway would be excellent preparation for such roles.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

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38+
Jan-2000

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