Bit of a weird one maybe but i just got my degree in criminology and i was thinking of doing a masters conversion course in psychology... However I came across some info stating I could do an undergraduate degree in psychology instead and then proceed to do my masters afterwards? Would I be able to do this & does anyone have any experience with anything similar? Any advice/info would be awesome.
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- 28-02-2015 02:21
- 28-02-2015 02:30
Why would you want to do another degree or a psychology conversion course?
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- 28-02-2015 09:08
I don't think you can get any student finance for a second undergraduate degree or the conversion course so think carefully about it. Only do it if you're sure you want to become a chartered psychologist of some type. Check the requirements for the conversion courses too cos some want some psychology modules in your first degree
- 28-02-2015 21:22
There's absolutely no advantage to having multiple undergraduate degrees, and given that they aren't funded (no student loan for them), it would be both cheaper and better academically to do a conversion course.