Hey there. Hope this is the correct section. I was just wondering if there was any way to search for a list of institutes that offer a course (such as Investigative Psychology) rather than looking at the prospectus for every uni and determining if they offer the course that way?
Investigative Psychology (as far as I can determine) isn't really a popular choice and a lot of unis don't offer it, so I was just wondering if there was a quick reference tool I could use?
Also, on a seperate note, I found a course that has really ideal course content, but I am slightly confused by their prospectus which says,
Does the 'good first degree' refer to a first class degree? Or just the chronological first degree I took? If the former is the case, why would it assume only basic knowledge of important psychological aspects?The minimum entry requirement is a good first degree in psychology, criminology, criminal justice studies or other relevant discipline.
Students should also ordinarily have at least a basic understanding of basic psychological concepts, research methods and inferential statistics
Any response to either problem would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
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- Thread Starter
- 15-01-2010 11:18
- 15-01-2010 11:28
The 'good first degree' refers to your Bachelors degree, not a 'good first class degree'. The stipulation about basic psych concepts etc would apply to those whose first degree is not in psychology, I imagine.