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I have recently been looking at some grad roles in computing that require a stem degree, I am studying a joint degree in Econ and Psych, would this be sufficient?
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Why not ask them?
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I have recently been looking at some grad roles in computing that require a stem degree, I am studying a joint degree in Econ and Psych, would this be sufficient?
There has been a lot of debate whether economics and psychology are considered STEM. And the answer is generally no. Some institutions do consider them to be STEM but the overall consensus is generally against it.

So get in touch with the companies and ask. Or just apply. It won't hurt - worst case scenario they'll reject you.
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