This truly interdisciplinary degree will allow you to examine the fundamental life questions that have exercised human beings over centuries, and to develop your own approach to these questions. Core modules will introduce you to key issues in philosophy, theology and religious studies and ethics. Because of the diversity of staff research interests at Leeds, you can also choose from a wide range of optional modules to follow your own interests. Examples include the philosophy of art, sex and gender in Africa, the sociology of religion and feminist philosophy. All of the major world religions are represented in the course, and you will study not just the history of each tradition, but how they are lived and interpreted today. You will have the opportunity to undertake fieldwork in the religiously diverse city of Leeds. The Philosophy group at Leeds is one of the largest in the UK, and this is reflected in the choice that we can offer in the fields of Philosophy and Ethics.