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Undergraduate Degrees in Philosophy
Philosophy Undergraduate Degree Structure
At Lancaster University the first year is called Part I and the second and third years make up Part II.
Part I students take three courses in different subjects. A single honours philosophy student, as well as doing Part I Philosophy chooses two further courses either from within the department (i.e., Religious Studies; Politics; Ethics, Philosophy and Religion) or from a wide range of courses offered by other departments in the University.
Joint honours students (e.g., Philosophy and Politics) will be pre-enrolled onto two Part I courses (Philosophy, Politics) and choose one other. Triple honours students are pre-enrolled onto the three courses that make up their degree scheme.
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