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Religious Studies

Religious Studies

 

‘The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible’.
Oscar Wilde.

‘All men by nature desire to know’.
Aristotle.

If these quotes are taken to be true then we are all philosophers to some extent. However, if they have left you with questions, then you are ready to consider the benefits of studying Religion and Philosophy. When reviewing the gravity of the topics covered, it is evident that philosophy actually tackles the fundamental ‘ultimate issues’ such as: why am I here? What is right and wrong? Can there ever be a ‘just war’? Religion and Philosophy is an intellectually demanding and academically enriching course, which encourages students to delve into the mysteries of humanity.

COURSE OUTLINE

Year 12 - AS Religious Studies
Unit titles – Philosophy and Ethics

Year 13 - A2 Religious Studies
Unit titles – Philosophy and Ethics

PROGRESSIONAL/CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Religion and Philosophy students ultimately access a wide range of professions such as Teaching, Local Government Officers, Management, Publishing and Law. However, the principles studied can apply to all professions from the army to medicine.

Exam Board: OCR

 


Key Staff

Miss Leigh-Anne Preston

Mrs Alison Bunter

Course Type

A Level

Course Category

Arts

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirements

 

GCSE grade B in Religious Studies.

It is not necessary to have studied Religious Studies at GCSE. In this case a minimum requirement of a grade B in English is needed.

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