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    Has anyone else found themselves trying to choose between these two degrees? How did you make your decision and did you feel you made the right one?

    The human sciences course (I've been looking specifically at the one at Oxford) looks really fascinating. However I'm thinking I may be interested in training as a clinical or educational psychologist in the future, which would require me to have a psychology degree. I could do a human sciences degree, then a psychology conversion course (MSc). Would that be silly?
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    I'm curious about what others have to say about this as well.
 
 
 
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