With a Philosophy Joint Honours Degree you take two units of Philosophy each academic year. In other words, your time is divided equally between Philosophy and the subject you combine it with. To obtain a Joint Honours degree, Philosophy can be combined with the following subjects: Ancient History, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature and Culture, Drama, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Music, Politics and International Relations.
With a Philosophy Minor Degree you take 1 unit of Philosophy each academic year (this might be one 1-unit course, or two, half-unit courses). Since you take four units per year to get an honours degree, a Minor in Philosophy is equivalent to a quarter of your degree. The Philosophy Minor is open to students studying Classics (including Classical Studies and Ancient History), Drama, English, Media Arts, Modern Languages and Music, and also Maths, Physics, and Politics and International Relations.