Joint Honours Degree Programmes
These degrees combine mathematics with another main subject. One of these may be your best choice if you are good at mathematics and wish to pursue another subject to the same level, either for career reasons, or for personal development.
These degree programmes come in three flavours: "and" degrees, which normally combine the two subjects on a 50-50 basis; "with" degrees, which are normally two-thirds mathematics and one-third of something else, and the remaining two degree programmes G1N3 and NG31. Since much of the material you need to learn for Finance and Actuarial Science is Mathematics or Statistics, these two programmes have a rather smaller component from outside Mathematics.
You should note that in combined degrees there is less scope for taking course units from outside the two main subjects. Students who have done well enough in the mathematics component of these combined programmes can usually, if they wish, transfer to Single Honours Mathematics at the end of their first year. All these degrees that involve combinations of subjects are listed below (with their UCAS codes) and are described individually in the Undergraduate brochure.
Mathematics with Business and Management - 3 years - G1N2
Mathematics with Finance - 3 years - G1N3
Actuarial Science and Mathematics - 3 years - NG31
Mathematics with a Modern Language - 4 years - G1R9
Computer Science and Mathematics - 3 years - GG14 (Administered by Computing)
Computer Science and Mathematics with Industrial Experience - 4 years - GG41 (Administered by Computing)
Mathematics and Physics - 3 years - FG31 (Administered by Physics)
Mathematics and Philosophy - 3 years - GV15
MMath and Phys
Mathematics and Physics - 4 years - FG3C (Administered by Physics)