Philosophy ba in National university of singapore nus
The aim of the Philosophy curriculum is to foster critical thinking skills in students while enabling them to appreciate the philosophical traditions of both the East and the West. Philosophy is also often studied via its cultural heritage, such as that bequeathed by the Ancient Greeks and Romans, the Chinese and Indian traditions, Medieval Scholars in both Europe and the Arabic world, and modern Western cultures, including that of Anglo-America and Continental Europe. The Philosophy B.A. programme in the Department of Philosophy supplies an academic grounding in the subject, as well as in the thought of important philosophers both past and present. By selecting appropriate modules, students may experience the thrill and frustration of grappling with profound and challenging issues first-hand, as well as learning how great philosophers have approached them. The philosophical skills developed in the process, including systematic critical thinking, sensitivity to opposing viewpoints, and the appreciation of complex systems of belief, can be applied to wide areas of life.
ACT of 8, SAT of 650, A good pass in at least 3 Advanced Level subjects, Good passes in 5 subjects including English, Official transcripts, ATAR of at least 90, OP of at least 6, IELTS of 6.5 overall with 6.5 in Reading and Writing components, TOEFL ibT of 92-93 , MUET of 200
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