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    Hi, i was wondering if i applied for an MA in economics would that mean i wouldn't be able to pick courses from Bsc or Msc subjects in my first year such as computing science? Any responses are appreciated, thanks!
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    Hi there, I can't say I'm 100% sure that this applies to economics as well but I'm currently a first year at Aberdeen studying MGeol, and have been able to pick basically any subject that doesn't clash with my timetable. What you can do is go to the University of Aberdeen course catalogue, and there you can find a list of all the possible courses. You will need 60 credits in level 1 sub-session one, and 60 credits in level 1 sub-session two for your first year. So long as economics doesn't take up all of these credits then I believe you are free to choose whatever you want providing there are no clashes. However, I imagine the timetable changes every year so time-table clasher might not be the case. I know people studying scientific subjects and art subjects together so there doesn't seem to be any rules so to speak.

    https://www.abdn.ac.uk/registry/courses/

    Hope that helps.
 
 
 
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