Lancaster’s combined Philosophy and Religious Studies degree gives you the opportunity to benefit from world-class resources and tutors. Lancaster is home to ten philosophers, with a wide range of research interests and expertise and our Religious Studies programme continues to be a leader in terms of quality teaching and innovative research.
You’ll divide your time equally between Philosophy and Religious Studies, gaining a solid grounding in both subjects. You’ll start with modules including Introduction to Philosophy, Religions of the Modern World and Ethics, Philosophy and Religion. In the second and third year you choose from a wide range of modules including: Philosophy of Science; Epistemology, Ethics, Philosophy of Mind, Continental Philosophy; Religion and Violence; Media, Religion and Politics; Indian Religious and Philosophical Thought; New Religions and Alternative Spiritualities; Reading Buddhism; Reading Islam; Religion and Politics; Religion in Schools.