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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    I'm not entirely sure in which career path I want to take yet, I'm contemplating either getting into Law, or Psychology

    So I am either going to take a Law with Psychology, or Psychology with Law degree, but what is the difference between these courses, and where can these degrees take me?

    You need to look at individual syllabi to see the balance of law v psychology modules.

    Seems some of the courses then the law part still mean it is a qualifying law degree, so you could carry on the route to qualifying on a par with straight law graduates.


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