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I'm currently in year 12 and doing A level maths, further maths, physics and psychology. I'm interested in a computer science degree (although I haven't done it at gcse or a level) but have had a little experience. I was wondering what the difference between a computer science degree vs computer science and maths degree would be and if taking just maths but picking compsci related modules would be similar to a joint degree (maybe for oxford as an example?). Sorry for the long post!
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most universities will have varying differences in their courses, but you should be able to see the course outlines on the uni websites.

as a general assumption, computer science and maths might focus more on discreet mathematics (I know my first year at Lancaster is almost all maths) whereas pure computer science might be more focused on the systems

j would definitely check the websites though
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