The human condition is to seek answers to many human-related and created problems, by trying to make moral, ethical, spiritual and intellectual sense of the world.
The Bachelor of Arts in Humanities at Schellhammer Business School is a unique programme that focuses exclusively on the study of individual and collective human achievements and failures whilst exploring alternative solutions.
The multidisciplinary syllabus that includes Philosophy, Psychology, Anthropology, Economics, Politics, Language, Sociology, Law, Ethics and Business gives students a broad educational perspective with the opportunity to pursue future careers in Education, Media, Politics or indeed Business where skills honed on this programme such as critical, analytical and creative thinking, intellectual agility and innovation are highly valued.
In line with all other post and undergraduate programmes at Schellhammer Business School, the manifold issues facing humanity – overpopulation, climate change, contamination, pollution, depleting resources, gross inequality, failed economic systems, and political dogmatism will be explored whilst advocating and supporting a new system of beliefs.
Principles of Politics and Governance
Communication, Negotiation & Self-Management
Principle of Marketing
Principles of Learning
Industrial Visits I
Cultural & Socioeconomic Visits I
Current & Alternative Economics
Psychology of Emotions
Psychology in Business
The 22 Mental Functions
Methodologies in Creativity
Industrial Visits II
Cultural & Socioeconomic Visits II
Psychology of Mass Media
Global Systems & Institutions
Human Destructiveness & Aggression
Prenatal and Postnatal Development
Archetypal Principles of Development
Culture – Myths, Fables & Realities
Round Table Debates and Discussions
Industrial Visits III
Cultural & Socioeconomic Visits III
The Architecture of The Mind
Principles of Epigenetics
Language Classes Offered: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese Mandarin, Japanese, Russian and English.
Please note that subjects offered may vary from the published list and are revised periodically to ensure maximum relevance to the related industry and business world. Language classes are based on demand (minimum of five students) per level and must be chosen prior to the start of the semester.
Course Code: BAH-100
Course Duration: 3 academic years
Semester 1: October / Semester 2: February
ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): 180 Points
Minimum age: 18 years old
Minimum 18 years old
IB, A-level, High School or equivalent diploma
Credits earned for relevant courses completed at other schools, colleges or universities can be evaluated for transfer into one of our programmes. Transfer students do not need to submit letters of recommendation. Transfer students need to submit transcripts from their previous schools, colleges or universities so that credits and courses may be evaluated for transfer.
Students who are not citizens of the European Union are encouraged to apply approximately 2-4 months before the preferred starting date in order to allow time for visa processing. In case the visa is delayed, students can postpone their studies until the next available starting date. In order to apply for a visa, you must be accepted as a student at Schellhammer Business School and fulfil all guidelines and requirements established by the Embassy in their country. Should you require any guidance during the process, do not hesitate to contact our international admissions department.