Can anyone who's doing a joint honors degree give me an example of what a weeks time table looks like. I've heard it can be pretty full on
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- 20-05-2016 20:44
- 21-05-2016 00:25
- 21-05-2016 00:29
Do you mean a joint honours timetable? If so then they'll probably have example timetables on the website. There's a lot of optional modules though so you can do few or a lot of lectures. Maybe if you give the subjects then someone will have an example.
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- 27-05-2016 01:58
As the first person replied, it will not be more full than a single honor timetable as you still have to do the same about of credits per year (120) in most, if not all students.
This is just usually halved between the two subjects.
I do a joint honour and it's not that much. English Lit and Philosophy. The hardest part of it is travelling to different campuses and switching between the two subjects and adjusting your mindset between the two. Lit is more opinion, whereas Philo is more argumentative. It's more to it than that, but god it's annoying.