A Level Philosophy is relevant to all BA and BSc degrees as it involves religions, history, politics, literature, sociology, science and ethics etc.
Philosophy is popular with employers as it shows an ability to work with and understand other people, ideas, culture, opinions, ways of life etc.

KS5 Philosophy A Level

(Click here for the AQA Philosophy 7172 A Level Specification)

Student Course Criteria

  • Epistemology
  • Moral Philosophy
  • Metaphysics of God
  • Metaphysics of mind

 

Course Assessment

1. Written exam – 3 hours 100 marks

Section A: Five questions on Epistemology 

Section B: Five questions on moral philosophy

 

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Section A: Five questions on the metaphysics of God

Section B: Five questions on the metaphysics of mind

 

A Level Philosophy is relevant to all BA and BSc degrees as it involves religions, history, politics, literature, sociology, science and ethics etc.
Philosophy is popular with employers as it shows an ability to work with and understand other people, ideas, culture, opinions, ways of life etc. 

Securing a Place at Post-16

No previous study of Religious Studies is necessary. We require enthusiasm and an enquiring mind. However, you should have achieved a good range of GCSE grades including a grade 6 in English as Philosophy contains many different disciplines. 


The Curriculum Deputy Headteacher, Ms C Egleton, and Acting Deputy Headteacher, Ms Foster, will be happy to supply further detail and more information if required.

Please contact her at ecsgeneral@enfieldcs.enfield.sch.uk or telephone 0208 3633030.

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