Accounting & Finance undergraduate degree structure
Lancaster's flexible degree structure means that you are able to switch the focus of your degree as both your interests evolve and career opportunities develop.
The term degree structure refers to the framework in which universities organise, regulate, and award their degrees.
Different universities operate different degree structures. These different structures have important implications for the way your time and studies are organised. Before deciding on your final choice of university, it is important to make sure that you understand exactly what you will have to do to gain a degree.
The generic degree structure at Lancaster consists of the following two elements:
1st year of either:
- A traditional three-year degree programme
- A four-year “sandwich” degree programme
2nd and 3rd years of a traditional three-year degree programme
2nd and 4th years of a four-year “sandwich” programme (with work placement in 3rd year)