Law and Mathematics
What is Joint Honours?
A Joint Honours degree gives you the opportunity to study two subjects as one degree. This type of degree will broaden your skill set and enhance your career prospects. You can combine any two subjects as long as they’re in different zones, find out what you can combine this subject with.
There is a wide range of exciting and interesting law options for you to choose from depending on your interest in either private or public law, allowing you flexibility in selecting options which compliment the other subjects you will study alongside Law.
For example, if you are studying Law and Criminology you may wish to study choose Criminal Law, Law of Evidence and Police Powers and the Law, for those with and interest in crime. If you're studying Law and Business you may wish to select Contract Law, Commercial Law, Consumer Law, or Corporate Law. You also have the invaluable opportunity of developing your particular interests by studying a subject of your choice in more depth as part of your Independent Studies in your final year.
You can study Mathematics as either a minor or joint element of your Joint Honours degree.
The Mathematics pathways offer you the opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of concepts in mathematics, statistics and operational research, and enable you to explore the use of maths within the modern world of business. You'll develop analytical problem solving skills, communication skills and IT skills, working independently and as a member of a team. Our links with locally based international companies means you can work with them, integrating and applying your knowledge to practical real life situations.
UCAS code: MG11
Start date: September
Course length: full time: three years, part time: four to six years
Campus: Kedleston Road site, Derby Campus
This is a classroom based course.
- Full time: £8,500 (each year)
- £1,060 per module (you usually take the equivalent of 18 single modules)
- Full time: £10,900
These fees apply if you're starting this course between September 2015 and August 2016. We recommend you check fee details with us though, as they can change. Costs can increase each year.