Many of the degree subjects offered at Queen’s can be taken as part of a Joint Honours degree.
A range of combinations are available, eg Anthropology and Spanish, Archaeology and History, Criminology and Sociology, Drama and English, French and Irish, History and Politics, International Studies and Spanish, Mathematics and Computer Science.
Joint Honours degrees allow you to study two different subjects alongside students on the Single Honours degrees. In each year of the degree you will normally study an equal amount of both subjects through a mix of core, optional and, in many cases, interdisciplinary modules.
Students will normally have the opportunity, and in some instances be required, to complete a dissertation in one of their chosen subjects. Placement opportunities also exist.
Many of the Joint Honours degree combinations have dedicated prospectus entries. Others are listed under the degree subjects. A number of combinations are offered as Major-Minor degrees (eg Economics with French; English with Creative Writing, Law and Politics). In these degrees, two-thirds of the study is dedicated to the first named subject; the other third to the second subject).
Dominique Groves, BA Joint Hons French and Politics
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