This is a question for the near future when I go to university. I am currently studying physics, mathematics and chemistry and am happy with it. However in university I believe that you have to only pick one of these but I really like all 3, so i looked in =to natural science and saw that it contained all of these. but my question is, if i study natural science, will i get a degree in what i study in for example if i study physics, chemistry and material science, do i get a degree in all three?
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- Thread Starter
- 18-02-2016 20:44
- 18-02-2016 22:37
It varies depending on the uni, but if you take Natural Sciences you usually have the option to specialise in one or two subjects or you can choose to not specialise and end up with a broad degree in physical/biological sciences. You can also apply for joint courses like Chemistry with maths which are not usually classified as natural sciences (as far as I know and excluding Durham) so perhaps look into that too? Though it sounds like Natural Sciences would be the perfect course for you! Good luck