I'm really interested in sociology, politics and international relations, but can't find many degrees which allow me to do all three.
I think sociology would give me more versatility in terms of what I can do afterward, but I definitely want to study international relations. In the experience of people who have done a politics degree before (and sociology, if any of you are out there), how much do you learn about international relations? I want to know if I should consider doing politics and international relations or I'll learn a fair bit on politics, anyway.
Thanks in advance!
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- Thread Starter
- 20-10-2015 15:15
- 20-10-2015 15:24
Posting so it's easy for me to find in my recent posts. (Bumping on a side note.)