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    I've always had a thing for becoming a detective and stuff, and I've already decided to study in law school, but what subjects are required for it? Thanks in advance.
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    Chemistry ia good for criminology ,maths too
    Law is more for lawyers/economists not really detectives
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    (Original post by Tia121)
    I've always had a thing for becoming a detective and stuff, and I've already decided to study in law school, but what subjects are required for it? Thanks in advance.
    http://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/criminology
    http://www.exeter.ac.uk/undergraduat...riminologybsc/
    http://www.derby.ac.uk/criminology-a...logy-bsc-hons/
    http://www.salford.ac.uk/ug-courses/criminology
    http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/cri...courses/ugfaqs
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    Most unis ask for subjects like physics, maths, chemistry, further maths just any subjects that are deemed tough. Most dont always require a level law
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    (Original post by Tia121)
    I've always had a thing for becoming a detective and stuff, and I've already decided to study in law school, but what subjects are required for it? Thanks in advance.
    Law, pschology, chemistry, forensics,
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    Wow, never heard of someone wanting to be a detective!! Amazing
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    (Original post by Shiv is Light)
    Law, pschology, chemistry, forensics,
    I see. I was thinking about becoming a homicide detective. Any other subjects needed for that? Thanks for the answer tho. Appreciate it. :1
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    (Original post by Tia121)
    I see. I was thinking about becoming a homicide detective. Any other subjects needed for that? Thanks for the answer tho. Appreciate it. :1
    Idk really I just guessed those a levels
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    Join the police. You can find their entry requirements online.
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    (Original post by Tia121)
    I've always had a thing for becoming a detective and stuff, and I've already decided to study in law school, but what subjects are required for it? Thanks in advance.
    Detectivology, is that a course?
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    wow that's so cool!

    I thin law would be good:
    http://study.com/become_a_detective.html
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1465532


    hope this helps
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    My friend studies criminology and took English, Sociology and Law
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    Ah, thanks for the answers, guys!
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    (Original post by justastudent321)
    Wow, never heard of someone wanting to be a detective!! Amazing
    Yep, not everyone wants to be a detective, but I'm really into stuff like these. Thanks tho.
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    Hi i was thinking of going into the same field when i was choosing my alevels, so i picked sociology, psychology and law. They are all really interesting subjects and all have something to do with crime. I also picked these because i wanted to do a degree in criminology, which may be an option if you don't want to continue doing just law. Even though i don't want to be in the police now, this still leaves other jobs in the criminal justice system open, like now i'm thinking of a job in probation.
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    (Original post by Emilieexm)
    Hi i was thinking of going into the same field when i was choosing my alevels, so i picked sociology, psychology and law. They are all really interesting subjects and all have something to do with crime. I also picked these because i wanted to do a degree in criminology, which may be an option if you don't want to continue doing just law. Even though i don't want to be in the police now, this still leaves other jobs in the criminal justice system open, like now i'm thinking of a job in probation.
    Well that's interesting. Maybe I'll chose the same for A levels. A **** ton of work tho... Thanks!
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