We offer many subject combinations in the first and second years of undergraduate study.
On most undergraduate degrees, you may choose a subject or subjects outside your main area of study.
You could make these choices with a joint honours degree in mind, to increase your knowledge, skills and employability, or just for personal interest.
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We have provided examples of typical degree structures below, for courses in both the College of Humanities and Social Science and the College of Science and Engineering.
Please bear in mind that the following are examples only. Final subject choices always depend on availability, individual course requirements and timetable constraints.
This varies considerably across subject areas and we advise you to contact the relevant college for more details.
|Year 1||Archaeology||Social Anthropology||Outside Subject 1|
|Year 2||Archaeology||Social Anthropology||Outside Subject 2|
|Archaeology single honours|
|Years 3 and 4||Social Anthropology single honours|
|Archaeology and Social Anthropology joint honours|
|Year 1||Informatics||Mathematics||Outside Subject 1|
|Year 2||Informatics||Mathematics||Outside Subject 2|
|Computer Science single honours|
|Years 3 and 4||Mathematics single honours|
|Computer Science and Mathematics joint honours|
This article was published on Jan 28, 2013