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Religious Studies: Philosophy and Ethics A level at Tolworth Sixth Form

Course description

This course will introduce you to some of the key themes in Philosophy of Religion and Religion and Ethics. You will study the works of classical and modern philosophers like Aristotle, Aquinas and Mill as well as studying ethical theories. You will examine the application of ethical theories to dilemmas and consider ethical issues in the world around us. You will also study a world faith in depth, considering fundamental questions of belief, values and teachings alongside sources of wisdom and authority.

This course offers a diverse range of skills which are particularly beneficial to further study. Critical thinking and analytical skills are developed throughout the course as are the skills of extended writing and communication.

As well as being superb preparation f or further study in the study of philosophy and religion, a study of Philosophy and Ethics will complement many other popular A - levels including: English Literature, History and Governme nt & Politics, Classical Civilisation, Sociology and Psychology.

Entry requirements

Candidates will be expected to have achieved 5 GCSEs A * - C and a minimum GCSE grade 5 in English or B grade in RS with a grade 4 in English

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Tolworth Sixth Form directly.

Last updated date: 03 November 2017
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