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    Does anyone know which universities allow students to study chemistry (or biochemistry or biology) together with economics? (joint honours, major/minor, dual degree)

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    I know Durham allows you to do Chemistry with Economics as part of Natural Sciences, AS LONG AS MORE THAN HALF YOUR MODULES OVERALL ARE SCIENCE (so with 6 modules each year over 3 years at least 9 of them would have to be science), and if I remember rightly some of the other Natural Sciences courses at other unis would allow you to do some Econ within that, but I'm not sure. I did a quick UCAS course search for "chemistry economics" and only, like, Manchester Met came up.
 
 
 
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