BACHELOR IN HUMANITIES

National diploma in association with the University of Polytechnique Hauts-de-France
Bachelor of Science – Technology – Health / Computer Sciences

FOR WHO?

Students concerned about Humanities (philosophy, world religions, ethics), geopolitical and societal issues. Any students willing to understand the complexity of the contemporary world and learn to act as a responsible citizen.


WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE?

“The Bachelor in Humanities is a good way to acquire the keys to understanding contemporary global issues, solid knowledge in humanist culture as well as reasoning methods to tackle environmental, digital, economic and societal challenges.”

Thierry Magnin, Delegate rector of Humanities


Degree organisation

3-year program split into 6 semesters
1 professional internship
5 different knowledge & skill blocks
180 ETCS credits in total to pass the Bachelor’s
2 foreign languages (possibility to choose 1 dead language)
5 fields of specialization: humanities/journalism/teaching/health/graduate school

Our Bachelor’s in Humanities with courses focusing on philosophy, ethics and religions aims at decompartmentilising academic subjects to discuss challenges of the modern world with lucidity and critical insight.


COURSES

COURSES OVERVIEW

Human rights philosophy, contemporary humanism and personalism, contemporary history, history of religion, social sciences, building a fair society for today and tomorrow, anticipating and responding to bioethics debates, digital identity and law, sustainability and integral development…

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL BLOCKS

1 | Interacting with others at national and international levels

2 | Developing ethical and responsible behaviours

3 | Identifying philosophical and cultural aspects of an issue

4 | Developing complex thinking

5 | Humanities in the workplace

Bachelor year 1

BCCSemestre 1Semestre 2
BCC1

Interagir au national et à l’international

LV1
LV2
Digi/montage vidéo
Anglais renforcé
LV1
LV2
Suite office
Anglais renforcé
BCC2

Développer un agir éthique et responsable

Philosophie de la nature
Droit et identité numérique
Qu’est-ce que la vie ?
Aspects économiques du développement durable
Délibérer, choisir, agir
Wikifactory
BCC3

Identifier les enjeux philosophiques et culturels d’une problématique

Introduction à l’éthique
Histoire de l’idée d’Europe
Philosophie des droits de l’Homme
Démocraties et religions
Histoire des religions
Les droits de l’Homme dans la littérature
BCC4

Se former à la pensée complexe

Les bases de la communication
Sciences, technosciences et religions en dialogue
Le contrat social
La construction de l’identité
L’enjeu des transitions
La vie a-t-elle un sens ?
BCC5

Intégrer les Humanités dans ses pratiques professionnelles

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1 Health Education Unit (Optional)

FGES and the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery offer the option of a “health” teaching unit in Bachelor 1.

This course is intended for students wishing to enter the second year of Medicine or Midwifery at the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery.

For this, it is necessary to:

  • validate Bachelor year in the 1st session (without catching up) and validate the 10 ECTS credits associated with subjects in the Health minor
  • submit an application (cover letter, transcripts, etc.) to take the admission tests

More info

Course Materials

  • Term 1 (6 credits): physics/biophysics, chemistry/biochemistry, data and statistics, embryology/histology, anatomy and human & social sciences
  • Term 2 (4 credits): cell biology, genetics, pharmacology, human & social sciences

4 optional courses

1 Internship each year

1st Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, minimum of 4 weeks
2nd Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, minimum of 4 weeks
3rd Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, minimum of 6 weeks


AFTER THE DEGREE?

• Master’s in journalism
• Master’s in teaching
Master’s in Business Management
Master’s in International Management
• Master’s in Political Sciences
• Business Schools
• Religious studies

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