Supported by the accumulated knowledge of philosophy and the social sciences, graduates of the Master's Degree in Philosophy and Social Science will be able to:
- Critically analyze current human situations to identify issues and to ask relevant and meaningful questions from the perspective of philosophy.
- Search deeply for the assumptions and issues that are present in their own professional practice.
- Practice their original profession enriched by the dialogue between philosophy and a social discipline.
- Have a well-grounded and consistent conversation with stances or proposals that are different from their own.
- Create and implement alternative projects of social and human development.