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Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Philosophy


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In the study of philosophy and the philosophical tradition, students enter into a conversation with some of history’s greatest minds. This is, in itself, a tremendously enriching experience. But it pays the even greater dividend of helping us shape our views on such fundamental issues as love and friendship, art and science, justice and community, politics and religion, meaning itself.

Why study Philosophy at Bishop’s?

In Philosophy, lasting and adequate understanding comes when the materials of study are brought to life. This requires both patience and creativity on the part of professors, engagement and self-reliance on the part of students. The Bishop’s experience in Philosophy is designed to foster all of these things. Classes are small (seldom larger than 15 students after the first year). Many operate in the seminar format attentive to the particular interests of members, focused on primary sources and designed to invite students to take a leadership role in presenting their own work. Our students graduate from Bishop’s having studied closely great works of thought, having learned how to communicate subtle and difficult ideas to others, having gained extensive experience in technical writing, argumentation and public speaking. They go on to challenging careers in university, college, school and language teaching, law, international aid, filmmaking, business and other fields.

Program strengths

Study with Professors who develop their research programs and interests with you in the classroom and for whom, accordingly, student input is of paramount importance.

Work closely with other students seriously engaged in developing their own philosophical projects.

Take courses featuring study of very challenging primary sources framed in discussion, collegial problem-solving and engaged conversation.

Popular courses

PHI140 Introduction to Ethics

PHI160 Existentialism

PHI265 Nietzsche

PHI271 Socrates and Plato

PHI362 Phenomenology

PHI366 Critical Theory

Did you know?

Virtually all Philosophy courses after the first year are seminars with 10 to 15 members.

Philosophy students at Bishop’s regularly participate in student and faculty conferences in cooperation with other Canadian Universities and featuring Canadian and international scholars.

The Bishop’s Plato Group (faculty and interested students) meets most Friday afternoons throughout the term to read and discuss Plato’s dialogues.

The requirement for a Major in Philosophy is 48 credits. An Honor consists of 60 credits. Candidates for the Honors program must obtain an average of 70% (calculated on the marks assigned in all courses) in both first and second 30 credit program years and maintain that average on the best 60 credits in Philosophy in order to graduate with the Honors degree. In addition, these students will be required to write an Honors thesis (Philosophy 401, 6 credits). A minor consists of any 24 credits in philosophy.

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Faculty of Arts and Science

Öğrenim seçenekleri

Full Time (120 kredi saati)

Okul ücreti
CAD$26,219.40 (TRY 373,815) Yıllık
CAN $873.98 per credit; Compulsory fee: CAN $1,677.54
Başlangıç tarihi

Planlanan Ocak 2024


Faculty of Arts and Science

2600 College Street,


Quebec (QC),

J1M 1Z7, Canada

Giriş koşulları

Amerika gelen öğrenciler için

English Language Requirements: TOEFL minimum overall score of 237 (computer-based) or 90 (Internet – based); IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5; MELAB minimum score o 85; CAEL minimum overall score of 70; Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) minimum score of C; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) minimum score of C; Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE: Academic) minimum overall score of 61.

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International High School Students: You are considered an international high school student for admission purposes if you: are currently completing secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA; or you completed secondary school at a country outside of Canada or the USA within the last two years and you have not studied elsewhere since completing your secondary school studies

Admission Requirements General:

The following requirements should be used as a guideline to be considered competitive for admissions consideration. Each admission cycle, Bishop’s University receives more applications than spaces available. Meeting the minimum posted requirements does not guarantee admission. Applicants who do not meet the posted requirements may be considered on an individual basis. In those cases, the Admissions Office may request additional information in addition to that indicated below.

Normally have completed 12 years of formal schooling and received a secondary school credential that would permit you access to university in that country. If you are studying at or have graduated from secondary school in a country where secondary school finishes after only 11 years of formal schooling your application will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Minimum average required varies depending upon curriculum followed; transcripts are reviewed on an individual basis.

English language requirements: Complete a recognized English assessment with appropriate minimum score:
TOEFL minimum overall score of 237 (Computer-based) or 90 (Internet-based)

IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5

MELAB minimum overall score of 85

CAEL minimum overall score of 70

Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) minimum score of C

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) minimum score of C

Pearson Test of English: Academic (PTE: Academic) minimum overall score of 61


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