Subject combinations

FCH offers the widest possible access to Exeter University’s range of subject disciplines. It gives you the opportunity to study otherwise unavailable or unusual subject combinations and to customise your degree programme, making it distinctive and different.

The following FCH subject areas are available – you can combine any two unless stated, or the combination readily exists as an ‘established’ Combined Honours degree (see www.exeter.ac.uk/ug/all-courses). If you are interested in combining three subjects, please contact us before applying:

Accounting *

Ancient History

Anthropology

Arabic

Archaeology

Art History & Visual Culture

Biochemistry %

Biological Sciences

British Sign Language (minor)

Chemistry %

Chinese (Mandarin)

Classical Studies

Classics

Computer Science

Criminology

Drama

Economics ❖*

English ★

Exercise and Sports Science 

Film Studies

French

Geography

German

Greek (Ancient)

History ★✝ 

International Relations Ì✝

Italian 

Japanese (minor)

Latin

Leadership ◆ 

Management ❖*

Mathematics ❖ $

Medical Sciences $

Mediterranean Studies ◆

Middle East and North African Studies ◆

Philosophy

Politics Ì✝

Portuguese

Psychology

Religion ◆

Russian

Sociology

Spanish

Strategy and International Security ◆

Sustainability ◆

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (minor)

Theology

 

◆Themed pathway

❖ Cannot be combined with each other.

Ì Cannot be combined with each other.

 Cannot be combined with each other.

$ Cannot be combined with each other.

* Cannot be combined with each other.

% Cannot be combined with each other.

★ Cannot be combined with each other.

✝ Cannot be combined with each other.

Business

English

Environment and Human Health ^

Environmental Law

Environmental Science

French (minor)

Geography

Geography and Environment and Human Health +

History

International Relations

Law

Mathematics

Politics

Spanish (minor)

 

^ themed pathway, can form all or part of a programme

+ themed pathway forming the whole programme of study – cannot be combined with another subject