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    Will you get a degree in natural science if I take Msci Maths and Physics? I want a joint honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, and Durham's website says:

    The Joint Honours degree consists of the following rules which must be adhered to as a minimum (for more information on each module, click on the module code or name.) In general:
    • You can vary the balance between the two subjects in all years assuming the rules below and timetable will allow it.
    • You can never take more than 4 modules in one subject and not less than 2 modules in the other subject.
    • After Year 1, you are limited to studying these two subjects.

    So, if I follow these rules I will get a joint honours degree instad of a natural science degree? Does anyone have any experience doing maths and physics at Durham? Does it prepare you for a career in theoretical/mathematical physics?
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