Religious Studies: Philosophy and Ethics AS/A2 Level at Woodlands School
The Religious Studies course in Philosophy and Ethics encourages candidates to:
- develop their interest in and enthusiasm philosophical and theological interpretations;
- develop knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to this specialist study;
- adopt an enquiring, critical and reflective approach to the study of religious issues;
- reflect on and develop their own values, opinions and attitudes.
AS Philosophy of Religion
Ancient Greek influences on philosophy of religion, Judaeo-Christian influences on philosophy of religion, Traditional arguments for the existence of God and Challenges to religious belief.
AS Religious Ethics
Ethical theories and Applied ethics topics
A2 Philosophy of Religion
Religious language, Experience of religion, Nature of God, Life and death and Miracles
A2 Religious Ethics
This unit will explore Meta-ethics, Free will and determinism,
Conscience, Virtue ethics and Applied ethics topics
Minimum entry requirement is a grade C in a Humanities subject at GCSE or at least a grade B in English Language at GCSE.
Additionally, all internal students must have discussed their entry requirements with the Head of RE.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Woodlands School directly.