If you choose a Combined Award you’ll start by studying both subjects in equal depth. From Level 5 (year two) onwards you'll follow a joint route in which you take the core modules in each subject and also choose optional modules from both. This means that you can vary the amount of each subject you study at Levels 5 and 6 (year two and year three).
Which subjects can be combined?
Our prospectus lists which courses can be combined with each other. You can also filter our course listing to find subjects that can be combined.
If you’re looking at courses on our website, you’ll see they’ll be marked with one of the following:
- Single honours
These awards cannot be combined.
- Single or combined honours
You can combine these subjects with other subjects as part of a combined award. Alternatively if you’d like to study the subject by itself, you can do that instead.
- Studied as part of a combined award
These subjects have to be combined with another subject.
- Combined honours
Courses marked with ‘combined honours’ indicate that they are a combined course, made of two different subjects.
Which modules can be taken?
The modules you'll take will depend on your course combination as well as any optional or open modules chosen. Please check the programme document (below the main image on the course page) for more information.