The A Level is split into three different sections: the philosophy of religion, ethics, and developments in Christian thought. You will study each of these three areas across the two-year course.
An A Level in Philosophy and Theology would go well with any of the humanities or arts subjects.
An A Level in Philosophy and Theology could take you anywhere. The skills of distilling large quantities of information into succinct points, wrestling with complex and contentious debates, and arguing your point persuasively are highly valued by all top universities.
“The unexamined life is not worth living.”