So I'm currently at Warwick stuyding Maths.
Now at Warwick you have the option to do nearly all the physics modules, being a maths student.
But could you ask the univeristy to take both degrees at the same time? Because if someone was taking a lot of physics modules and then genuienly only needed to do 2 more modules then to be taking as many modules as the physics people why wouldn't they?
Now I know there is a degree called Maths and Physics, but im talking about a Bsc in Maths and a Bsc in physics ?
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- Thread Starter
- 24-12-2014 17:48
- 24-12-2014 18:06
i don't know how the funding would work, i think you'd have to pay for the other degree from your own pocket (3 x £9k) and the exam/lecture times might overlap
if you want to do both, just do the joint honours
- 24-12-2014 22:14
Transfer to Maths&Phys. And you can't do all core physics and maths modules. It definitely will be more than 150 CAT.
- Community Assistant
- 25-12-2014 02:17
I agree with the poster above.
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