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Single vs Joint honours : career wise

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    Hi i'm currently studying Psychology with criminology (joint honours) because I do enjoy both subjects, although i've not studied criminology before, it does interest me. however, I have no set idea on what to do career wise and was wondering if doing a joint honours would narrow my options later on if i choose to study a doctorate/phd in lets say clinical psychology or masters etc .

    Any help appreciated, especially from doctorate students/those in psychological professions on their experiences. Thanks!
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    (Original post by f12axf)
    Hi i'm currently studying Psychology with criminology (joint honours) because I do enjoy both subjects, although i've not studied criminology before, it does interest me. however, I have no set idea on what to do career wise and was wondering if doing a joint honours would narrow my options later on if i choose to study a doctorate/phd in lets say clinical psychology or masters etc .

    Any help appreciated, especially from doctorate students/those in psychological professions on their experiences. Thanks!
    If your Psychology degree is accredited by the BPS then it will make no difference to your career. Your degree classification is what people will care about.
 
 
 
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