The decision as to whether you will follow a Joint Honours Degree in two subjects or a Natural Sciences degree in two or more subjects is normally taken at the end of the first year of study, follow the link Subjects to find the list. All students intending to apply for a BSc "Joint Honours" degree apply for Natural Sciences (code CFG0). With a Joint Honours Degree, you
The degree title is:
B.Sc. in X and Y within the Natural Sciences programme
where X and Y are the two subjects studied.
Click on the starred link to reveal the regulations for current students. If a combination is not starred, it may still be possible to combine the subjects. The colour coding corresponds to whether the combined pair is offered elsewhere within the University or the likelihood that the pair will successfully combine over a 3-year degree, see further down this page for a colour key descriptors.
The following abbreviations apply (see Subjects for a description of the groupings):
In the event that the likelihood of a pair of subjects timetabling is no less than 40%, then applicants may apply for this pair of subjects in isolation.
In the event that the likelihood of a pair of subjects timetabling is less than 40% (categorized by a red rectangle), then applicants should apply for three subjects with no guarantee that the first two will be offered. Candidates who fail to specifying three subjects will have an unsuccessful application.
See the exemplars for non combinations that are not Joint Honours pairs.